I want to ask some questions: N900 better than Nokia E72? Is it also better than IPhone 3GS?
If someone read the review of this phone, what do they mean by the 3rd party application is limited and the UI touch?
Got mine today 28 November 09 from the Nokia Store in Regent Street London. I had pre ordered the phone over a month ago and FINALLY I have it. Feel sorry for those iPhone users. The official release date for the Nokia N900 for the public is 4 December 09.
If your in London go there now and collect your phone, the list of pre orders I saw is massive.
I am very close to purchasing my new phone. I will either go for this beauty or the Nokia E72. What will influence my decision is the battery. Previously I've had the Nokia N95 8 GIG & no have a Nokia 5800. They and inparticular the E72 have tremendous batteries.
What is the battery on this one like? Be completely honest with me.
How often do you charge it? Even with a heavy use?
Where can I get games for it?
What is the situation about the FM radio?
Is one installed on the phone or not?
I already had this phone, honestly it is very good, and for people talking about sound and all this stuff all what i can say is that this phone is a bussiness phone not only for entertainment.
i allready had this phone and is good but now i have a htc hero and it's quite more good than this one!
N900, 28 Nov 2009Here is a detailed review of why N900 is too thick compared to other high-end phones.
http:... morewell, I dont thin't it is thick at all... look at other powerfull + full qwerty smartphones line touch pro 2, omnia pro... the difference is almost none
its is has thin as they could have make it with all the features it has
"Nokia doesn't really care what you and I think at this point.
I'll explain: it's the only company to offer a decent product with this level of open-ness (Openmoko's hardware AND software is relatively rubbish, Android is not anywhere close to being as open as Maemo, etc.). And they know that people who really want it will wait for it. Heck! They could have sold it for 10,000 SEK and I would still be after one.
People getting all excited about the maleable deadline release are not that many.
Yes. What Nokia did is shameful and downright insulting. But as long as there's no alternative, I'll wait. In fact, I'm quite pleased they're having trouble meeting the overwhelming demand. It shows to all manufacturers that we're sick of locked down, non-evolutive phones. They now have proof that open-source is not just about hype. There's a real market to be tapped.
Here's hoping we all get one before year's end. "
Guys, there is aMSN-messenger for this device aplication, search google for it!
dhuar!!, 28 Nov 2009 Anybody have clue whether this will come to south east asia like indonesia? Damn I like thi... moreNo clues at all. I've been pinning hopes on surprises here in Singapore as well, all but nothing, zero news. Maybe the fastest way to get my hands on it is through Amazon and have it imported to my location.
Actually, I can understand the rationale behind Nokia's decision on their 3-rows QWERTY.
I own the Touch Pro 2 myself and it also has a QWERTY keyboard. However, the major usability issue regarding this keyboard is the distance between the lower row keys and the touch screen. Often enough I'll have to stretch my thumbs (either hands) to click on the "Search" button on Google to continue, while leaving the keyboard slide opened.
The 3-row keyboard, as I've seen in reviews for N900 as well as N97, the time required to get used to the layout is quite minimal (around 30 minutes I guess). And since there is only 3 rows of keyboard, it is definitely easier to reach out for the touch screen after typing a key in the bottom row of the QWERTY.
Of course, I have to be objective in saying that the lack of the number row on the QWERTY is indeed a disadvantage when compared to full blown mobile keyboards. What do you guys think?
Anybody have clue whether this will come to south east asia like indonesia?
Damn I like this phone very much.. I have over and over gigabyte video of this phone review..
Since nokia said this will be available only in several market.. Hah.. The chance this phone get to indonesia is...????
it seems like a good phone
but after all the hassle i had with my N97 i think i wont be buying anymore nokias.
hi guys is anybody know how can I find which nokia phone is origional and factory sealed.
Here is a detailed review of why N900 is too thick compared to other high-end phones.