ian, 09 Dec 2009why n900 cant be used to check prepaid balance --when dialing *102# it shows invalid number...... morehi bro,
try the following, might help (not sure):
Go to Settings, scroll down to and select About Product (in the General group)
(To go to Settings : press the icon in the top left corner twice)
Anonymous, 10 Dec 2009SORRY NOKIA N900 3G FREQUENCY
NO US VERSION
Making video calls and using a high-speed 3G da... moreyou're only thinking of AT&T (which actually works with 850 / 1900 frequency for its 3G network)... the 3G frequency of T-Mobile in USA is 1700/ 2100, which match perfectly the N900.
Anonymous, 10 Dec 2009hey vinny how to check the frequency of the operator n n900 can u tll me pls budythe N900 works with:
GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 (that's for the voice/sms/mms)
HSDPA 1700 / 2100 / 900 (that's for the 3G)
for the operators: they should tell you on their website.
for example, in the USA market, the N900 3G works with T-mobile. But not with AT&T (3G att&t is :850 / 1900).
As far as GSM goes (so voice/sms/mms) you should be fine with every operators in the world since the N900 is quad-band, but the hard part is to find a compatible operator for the 3G.
good luck ;)
Anonymous, 10 Dec 2009to bad nokia n900 no 3g us version,ill wait for the release.3G US works with T-Mobile.
Anonymous, 10 Dec 2009If only they put maemo on n97 Mini I read on other forum, they are trying to put maemo on samsung HD, because the all nokia f.ware is free to get it here .a2phone.com/component/option,com_phocadownload/Itemid,15/id,377/view,category/
just pur www in front of te lnk.
SORRY NOKIA N900 3G FREQUENCY
NO US VERSION
Making video calls and using a high-speed 3G data connection in the country of your choice, requires a mobile phone that supports at least the frequency band filled as “Required” below .
UMTS 850 or UMTS 1900
UMTS 850 and UMTS 1900
i want to buy dis phone buy hook or by crook.........pls tell where is available....
hey vinny how to check the frequency of the operator n n900 can u tll me pls budy
Anonymous, 10 Dec 2009hey guys .... no one help me.anyone using N900 in India ... is it working good...can i buy it ... morewell... just check the frequency of your operator and look if it matches the frequency of the nokia N900.
it's that simple.
hey guys .... no one help me.anyone using N900 in India ... is it working good...can i buy it n will it work with the network here in India. can anyone highlight on this ?????
Anonymous, 09 Dec 2009Just got the nokia N900. Apparently it is different in Finland than anywhere else... For examp... more1 ghz processor, more ram for your n900? boy will all others who got the advertise version of the n900 be pissed off if what your saying is true.
but, as of now, i am kind of skeptic about your n900 phone specs.
cant wait for others to chime in.
I have this phone also and it is a superb music player!
I play this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zkQr35hFmkw on my phone and the bass is friggin incredible!! (best with headphones)
Just got mine yesterday and I am loving it. This is by far the best phone I have bought and thank God that i waited to buy it. Best phone investment ever made
i need a phone with big buttons... and very few applications thats easy to use but still looks nice... HELP please?!!
Anonymous, 09 Dec 2009Just got the nokia N900. Apparently it is different in Finland than anywhere else... For examp... moreP.s
In my last post i forgot to comment on the battery life... its really not good!! with full features on, give the phone a good 4 hours use, with everything off, a day at most...
niti, 09 Dec 2009what is the difference betn N-900 & N-97? I hav to buy one from theses phone. pls helpN900 is better if you like open source stuff, however if you want a phone that has all the functions already installed and not wait for someone in the programming community to make an application, get the N97!
Just got the nokia N900. Apparently it is different in Finland than anywhere else... For example, my N900 has 64GB memory on the phone, a 1Ghz processor and 512MB RAM. I already went to check out the other version and it works great, but this highly tuned version is even better in terms of performance.
Anyway, in terms of usability, i don't give it that much points. There is a lot of things missing that i wish the phone would have had. I don't think anyone has noticed yet that the 3G Video feature doesn't work as there is no support for it yet. This is the problem. The phone is great, but the software is too behind.
There are also so many limitations to what the phone can be because of the software. Nokia should have at least included the basics, i mean video conferencing is a basic today on a phone, but they didn't. I guess someone will make a 3rd party application, but thats not the point.
Overall usability is good, the phone is extrememly responsive, i just hate the fact that it is all in landscape with no possibility yet to make it portrate, another missing basic.
My real problem with the phone is the silent profile. I guess its great that they elliminated all those silly profiles like meeting etc and left only 2, but the vibrate is just appalling. On silent mode, you'll be lucky to even feel the phone! I'm coming from a E90 and when it vibrated, you'd move accross a room, but to tone it down that much is rediculous. I've already missed important calls cause of this and not seen messages, and the phones been in my pocket the whole time. This is definatly a big negative and people using the phone will notice it pretty soon too.
Everything else is not worth writing about, cause you just have to experience it. I've used the iphone and when you compare, i'd take this anytime. Im not a loyalist, but being realistic, you're better off with this phone than an iphone!