Far as i know the N920 or N950 (whatever) with Maemo 6 wil not be a update version of the N900 it wil be a Non-Qwerty making it lighter and slimmer (Target) people that find the N900 to bulky wil surley go for the slimmer non-qwerty version, And that they wil onley release 1 Maemo device next year already shows you that it needs to be a more atractive version of the N900, don't forget the N900 whas not about design it whas about debuting Maemo, so it's the same stratagy like the iphone from next year...
P.S. I read somewhere that Maemo users wil get to update twice (not sure where anymore) so don't worry geting the N900 unles its fals lol
Can v play FarmVille game [on facebook] wid dis fone? Plzz reply....
really i like it,n i am one of crazy fan of all nokia latest product,so i am waiting n900,in asia when its bro..
i am using all nokia latest product.but n900 its too late for asia..
so we can buy this phone at uk and us and use it in any asia countries?
Is This phone available at retailer shops at london? San FranCisCo And La?
I want a gaming fon from Nokia which can take against ifon.
Cmon cmon ....
Maverick, 03 Dec 2009Can anyone tell, if i buy n900 with US connection e.g. AT&T or TMobile, since this is a GSM de... moreif u buy the n900(same as any other phone) in the USA with a network such as AT&T, etc, it wont work with any other sim card. U should try to but one without a network but its usually more expensive this way. Then again, take d locked phone to india & have some dude unlock it for u, we do it in Ghana all the time..
Maverick, 03 Dec 2009Can anyone tell, if i buy n900 with US connection e.g. AT&T or TMobile, since this is a GSM de... moreYes. This phone will work in India. Just take out your ATT or Tmobile sim card and put your local sim card and you should be all set.
Maverick, 03 Dec 2009Can anyone tell, if i buy n900 with US connection e.g. AT&T or TMobile, since this is a GSM de... moreyeah, you will be able to use this phone with a sim card from there, it's a wolrd phone.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970If you knew how to follow a conversation you'd see I was talking about the 12 Megapixel phone linked to before and another reason as to why it probably describes a fake:-
"•Form factor: Touch screen monoblock
•Protocols: WCDMA 850/900/1700/1900/2100 and GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900
•Display: 3.5” OLED, capacitive touch screen, widescreen 16:9 nHD with (640*360 pixels) 16M colors
•Processor speed: 680MHz
•Connectors: HDMI, 3.5 mm AV connector, micro USB interface to PC, uSD slot, 2mm DC jack
•USB 2.0 High Speed,
•Memory: 256MB RAM, 512 ROM
•User Memory: 140 MB internal"
Do you have to write a post like a book with every post being referred to included so you numbskulls can understand?
Can anyone tell, if i buy n900 with US connection e.g. AT&T or TMobile, since this is a GSM device, will it work in India if i remove sim and have a local operator sim thr.. bcoz i may have to move there for some work.. say 6-8 months and considering international roaming charges, it wont be a wise decision.. Pl suggest..
If someone needs N900 user guide look here:
ben, 03 Dec 2009come on 600 MHz? no way,another slow phone from nokia,im stuck between milestone,iphone and sa... moreThe N900 has a faster CPU than the Milestone and a more powerful CPU than any WinMo device to date (including ALL Omnias).
OMAP >>> Anything else (as stated previously)
Heck, a 600 MHz OMAP might even EQUAL a 1,5 GHz Snapdragon!!!
smee, 03 Dec 2009Well vinny, it _is_ silly for Nokia to invest all this money and time on N900 only to be throw... moreall good points ;)
but that is also why apple is stuck with its design for the iphone: if they want the new OS they release every year being able to work and downloaded (for money...) by the customers, they need to keep the same hardware (except the CPU).
On another hand you're totally right, that's also gonna be the problem with maemo 6. If nokia releases it on let's say a capacitive screen with no physical keyboard, I don't really think it will work with the N900. Which would make the N900 useless in comparison of its new brother running maemo 6.
But that will more likely happen in more than a year, which is (let's be honest here) usually more than what a "geek's phone life expectation" is.
But only time will tell.
Until then, I agree with you: let's hope a great success for maemo 5 and the N900!
It would have been better, had they improved the hsdpa & hasupa performance on this. on top of this - real player would be an added advantage. no mms support in any tuch screen phones...why?
no pbx support.
e75 has better blue tooth prorocol support, but just 3.2 MP Camera and again hasdpa & hsupa is not very good. also, video calls not supoported in n900.