will n900 'hang or lack'? does the touch screen slow or not that sensitive? thanks for the answer.
Thim, 07 Apr 2010im N900 in Sri lanka and it dose not support video calls. and can i find Skype or Fring softwa... moreHi,
I too have a n900 in sl. do you have any issues connecting to 3g? i'm on dialog and it works fine.
When I log into my Emails(hotmail account) and various websites, I get a micro B message saying I must get a certificate to get access.
Does anyone else find this issue.
Love this phone and cant wait for new PR1.2 update to come out to fix some very small issues.
I HAVE A QUESTION AND HOPEFULLY SOMEONE CAN HELP
Does anyone know how I can install MSN MESSENGER?
Nokia heavy user, 07 Apr 2010Guys, I am a heavy nokia user, curruntly i own an E71 it is really a perfect mobile. buti had... moreI recomend you to buy n900 from the Nokia store or a Nokia shop.A few years ago I buyed a n70 and after 2 months I had problems with them.After one week I buyed a N70 from Nokia shop and this phone work perfectly now :D In january this year I buyed N900(from Nokia shop) and I am very satisfied :D
Also , does it support 2 sim cards, and what are the main problems from all aspects if you please??
I am a heavy nokia user, curruntly i own an E71 it is really a perfect mobile. buti had experienced a lot of problems with the N series especially N95 & N70. and now i am thinking abou this mobile but i am afraid.
Any real advice as i will pay 650$ to get it.
Thim, 07 Apr 2010im N900 in Sri lanka and it dose not support video calls. and can i find Skype or Fring softwa... moreSkype is already integrated into the device. You can find Fring in the applications catalogs. If you dont have them just Google N900 application catalogs and you can find them.
im N900 in Sri lanka and it dose not support video calls. and can i find Skype or Fring software for this?
Amrafey, 07 Apr 2010OK, I have had this fone for a few days now and having played around with it over the last few... moreDear Amrafey,
Thanks for yhou excellent report. At last some sensible comments.
OK, I have had this fone for a few days now and having played around with it over the last few days, here is my feedback. I will try to keep it as unbiased and as honest as I can because I aint a guy who is crazy or a mad fan of Nokia. So these comments are based on my personal experience of this N900 I have been for the last few days.
Simply amazing fone. Absolutely incredible. So far I feel its truly a mobile PC.
1. I just added google and skype accounts and all contacts I had on google and skype automatically got uploaded in my phone book. Quite user friendly. So as long as I am connected just by opening fone book I can call any of my skype or google contacts on voice to wifi or do a text chat.
2. Once I take a picture, I can upload it to picasa or flickr direct from the same screen using the picasa/flickr plug in.
3. Just as I entered by google user ID and password it has configured my email application. I have also configured zoho mail account and the email client has all the features of Microsoft Outlook and more!
-You can attach a file in attachments.
-You can paste an image from your fotos folder in the compose screen itself and all!
So I have got both gmail and zoho mail accounts working perfectly fine on the email client.
3. The Maemo web browser is very nice, very user friendly and brilliantly fast. The option to copy & paste text from the web page to any other application such as email or chat or in the SMS window to send to others is just wicked. As far as I know, so far no other fone, neither Iphone nor HTC phones have the copy&paste option on their web browsers.
4. Amazing multitasking, I can download a file, put the download window minimized and perform other activity such as speak to someone on google/skype voice call or while playing a game etc.
5. While using as many as 10+ or even 20+ applications all at the same time, I did not feel any decrease in speed or performance. It just works smooth and without any problem.
6. Don't know how many of you guys have tried this fone has the feature of Nintendo Wii too. If you download a game called Tuckrace and try it...its a simple racing game but as you tilt the phone on right and left, the penguin character in the game moves to right and left. No key pads to press to change direction.
7. TV Out - No other fone I know so far has TV out and the TV Out option on N900 is simply amazing. If your eyes hurt when you use N900 screen like while browsing a web page or playing a game, simply plug in the TV Out and the whole screen from N900 will be displayed on your TV. Regardless of which ever application you are using on the phone, it all gets transmitted to the TV screen via TV Out. And you can continue to multitask every application via TV out like you can do on N900's screen itself.
Phone book has option of showing the list in online and offline status as well. So if you wanna see your fone book acc to alphabets you can do so. If you wanna see the list of only those whose fone numbers you have stored, you can do so. Or if you wanna see the list whose online IDs you have stored, that is also possible. All features, very user friendly.
So people who are complaining about the phone, then either its too technical for you or you have just not explored all the features that this phone has to offer.
The phone is not designed just for gamers... or those just stick to taking pics, sending sms/mms or chatting. Its designed for professionals who like to do multitasking via different applications at the same time like they do with the laptop and with this fone all those activities are possible while on the go.
The only downside I have seen is its battery which lasts only upto a day... it would be brilliant if nokia can somehow improve the battery to last about 2 or 3 days. However, with the features this phone has to offer I doubt if that would be possible anytime soon.
Barcode, 06 Apr 2010lol you should have done your research. This phone wasnt designed for the average consumer. Th... moreDear Barcode,
With respect, you are grossly mistaken. This phone is NOT designed for testing purposes and people who want to hack the phone. hacking the phone is an option. On the contrary, this is a business orientated phone. If you're looking for the latest slim, fashion statement that can play childish games and video films then there are plenty of phones on the market that do that very well. I finally bought mine after much research and reading the opinions of some of the many sensible people who address this site. I have no complaints, not even about the battery because I don't use it to play stupid games and run down the power.
I can access any website as I do on my laptop. Emails, SMS and bank transactions. Skype for free calls ww. I don't need to take my laptop with me on business trips any more.
The N900 is a masterpiece of engineering for business travellers.
Barcode, 06 Apr 2010lol you should have done your research. This phone wasnt designed for the average consumer. Th... moreNokia suppose in this case to write down on the N900 box "For testing purposes" lol.
I'm working with the N900 for a couple of days now. Great phone so far.
Problem: I'm working with 2 SIM cards with the same number. Means when changing the phone I've to activate the SIM card by dialing *100#. However it doesn't work with the N900. A popup with the message "Incorrect Number" appears, restricting the phone to connect to my local provider to activate the SIM card. I did find out that the N900 does not accept the letter#.
Another problem with the dialing pad is that I can't use the alphabet to send SMS. Only numbers are accepted.
Any ideas how to solve this problem? Thanks