N, 04 Feb 2010in Mumbai Nokia N900 is being sold without bill. i.e. without Guaranty n Warranty.
is it safe... moreBetter to wait for the official release, cos the N900 now has a little bit of software issues, and if you r going to buy it and if accidentally got stuck or died on you,, then WHAT to do without the warranty...!!!!!!
just wait for it till March 2010, and probably will be released then..
don't rush o spending your money then, throw it away easily.,,
Hi guys, I'm looking to buy this phone, but I want to ask about the battery power, did htc magic or iphone 3GS battery is still better than this nokia n900?
Need some suggestions.
Nick, 04 Feb 2010Youre a programmer so that means you know about everything technical does it?? Laughable, by t... moreso what if i use the wrong grammar or words,more important is that i know the weakness of the os of the nokia n900..dont talk that you know all,its my field as a programmer to say the reality about its os..unless you do know more than what i had said then prove it..
I have lost count the amount of phones i have owned. My usual turn around ws bout every 6 months. Mt last phone was an iphone 3gs. I have to say quite honestly that this is the first phone i have bought which i am completely satisfied with in all criteria . Its UI is so simple to use. The browser, now that i can use the latest firefox is lightening fast on par with the the 3gs, and dispalys all flash content. Once again the browser is a joy to use. The phone features are all there. Once again all intuitive and easy to use. The camera and video are very good. The built quality is rock solid. The keyboard which some of you guys have doubts about is excellent and very easy to use, do not let its size fool you.The quality of the mp3 player is very good . The only thing that can be improved and most likely will be is the OVI maps which is the version 1 instead of the latest with voice guiding.
All in all by far the best and the most enjoyable phone i have ever used. It simply does everything really well. I am now a full convert to Maemo.
mykp, 05 Feb 2010I was all for buying one of these to replace my aging Nokia E90 but one viewing one my initial... morei went from the touch pro 2 to this and i actually like this keyboard better but thats just my opinion
I was all for buying one of these to replace my aging Nokia E90 but one viewing one my initial thought was, "what use is this" the keyboard is tiny and you really couldnt type much on it. Who cares about the spec if its difficult to use. A bigger phone please Nokia.
Abram Abesamis, 04 Feb 2010I wish if this phone has a successor,I want it to be like this (if possible):
*LCD Display: l... more@ABRAM Abesamis you forgot to mention
USA VERSION YUP...
NOKIA can you hear me now.
rav, 04 Feb 2010Hi guys just spoke to Vodafone U.K network providers for N900, the phone has been discontinued... moreReally? That's strange because it's still on the Vodafone UK website. Unless they just discontinued it in the last day or two, I think you have your facts wrong. It's actually one of the most popular phones when you browse the "mobile phones" section.
I love this phone, have had it for two months now and have really enjoyed it a lot. Its definitely a love or hate phone.
did they update the software for portraight mode?
this phone a flop - likely not but this phone isnt for the mass consumers.
Hi guys just spoke to Vodafone U.K network providers for N900, the phone has been discontinued. Because it was a big flop in U.K.
plz dont buy this piece of bricks i love nokia but this is sooooo uuukkkhhhh.
30days of night, 04 Feb 2010not as powerful as you say..im a programmer so i know the pros and cons of its os..so just acc... moreYoure a programmer so that means you know about everything technical does it?? Laughable, by the errors in your written English and the fact that you think being a programmer means you should know this, I very much doubt you are...you sir, are a tool.
I wish if this phone has a successor,I want it to be like this (if possible):
*LCD Display: large 3.5"- 4.3" TFT Capacitive touchscreen for easier input, and a higher resolution.
*has a full "qwerty" keypad
*processor: Dual, around 1ghz-1.2ghz each
*has a great graphic accelerator
*Memory: Internal-64Gb; RAM-around 512mb-1gb(in my dreams! hehe!=P)
*os can be changed to windows, linux, or whatsoever os available.
*Can play all media types (even dvd and blu-ray).
*Camera is 12mp and has a Xenon flash, and both optical and digital zoom is present (is this possible?); has a secondary camera
*supports Microsoft office (no matter what the os is) as this is the world's standard.
*has a program that works like adobe photoshop, adobe flash, and adobe premiere
*capable of wi-fi (of course it should!)
I wish there is a phone like this!