Anonymous, 21 Sep 2009Do you mean the gsmarena spec ??? Or nokia forum spec?yes, GSMArena Spec.
Anonymous, 21 Sep 2009check the specification NOW, it has been added recently.Do you mean the gsmarena spec ??? Or nokia forum spec?
It has been confirmed that it has no digital compass by the product manager read mynokiablog.com
it has ir, radio needs 3rd party software to activate it!
No mms yet, video call and thanks
kenosis, 21 Sep 2009Can we upgrade FREE from Maemo 5 to Maemo 6 when Maemo 6 is available?first, lets see this Maemo 5, think think about Maemo 6
adding to my previous post,
also the fm radio been added...
Can we upgrade FREE from Maemo 5 to Maemo 6 when Maemo 6 is available?
ANY ONE NOTICED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
:) :) :)
before 4 days if you checked the Specification for N900 under Java row, there was no digital compass & T9
BUT NOW they are there, which means that Nokia already took action to adjust the firmware.......
only few things remaining and it will be SUPER (no matter how much it will cost, i WILL HAVE IT)
please nokia do your best to overcome the MMS, Radio &Video call issues ( NOKIA IS THE BEST SO FAR and will remain...:) )
Mahn itz resistive touch!!! dissapointing, y cant nokia feature a capacitive after all boasting such specs??? Can someone write to nokia please??
GUYS,,,,,PLEASE STOP TALKING ABOUT THE MP!!!!
We have to focus on most important issues, like :
-firmware-with additional features.
-MMs. Radio, Video Call & Hand recognition support
these what we have to sound to Nokia NOT: (why 5 & Not 8 mp)...
soorry to say, but this silly Q will not have effect to change the N900,
they device is EXCELLENT & we are waiting for the new fixed firmware along with the device launching( hope soon)
Jin Madera, 20 Sep 2009what is Maemo 5
please read comments below
higher megapixels = betetr quality
this types of idio1t logic only soon expire fans using:)
note:i'm saying SOON EXPIRE FANS ,don't be so sensitive :)
can u please let me know that till what time duration N900 will be launched as i am despirate to buy this hand set.
chidi, 21 Sep 2009Its definately a beauty. Im considering the xperia x2 and HD icon cos of thr camera quality. W... moreHi Chidi - What do you think is wrong or inadequet with the N900's camera quality? - I'd like your view as I am waiting to buy this phone as soon as it's available here in Sweden.
Its definately a beauty. Im considering the xperia x2 and HD icon cos of thr camera quality. What is Nokia's problem when it has this technology?
Both n97 and n900 are good
just the price of n97 is overpriced
buy n97 only when it costs euro 350
mog, 17 Sep 2009hei guys..big dilema: buy omnia 2 now or wait for this beauty? what do you think?Personally, I wouldn't buy any WM phone. But that may be just me...
@Jin Madera: it's the OS (or close to that) on the phone.
@CC: I know. Believe me, I know *exactly* what you're talking about, I know all the lengthy discussions that follow, and I agree with you. But I'm not talking about obsolescence, I'm talking about excessive fragmentation. Both may be related, but pose different stands.
What I (at least) see as a problem is that Nokia is disrupting and fragmenting their best line (Maemo, IMO) in a manner that they're not giving it even a slight chance of growing into an actively developed and followed line... they are preventing the formation of a big/great ecosystem around Maemo, something at least I could use in my favor.
Also, tech evolve, yes, but there is a thin line between normal/healthy and planned obsolescence. I shouldn't be required to spend $600 every year on new smartphones to get a better revision of the OS, if my current hardware is powerful enough to support it. In case the N900 could be capable of running M6, why not, even if charged?
To me, I guess, even the fact that it's open won't help much, since "interestingness" is a platform agnostic feel, like Apple just proved, no matter how inferior their phone may be in today's standards: it's due to the user base they created around one actively developed platform.
What if the post-Harmattan goes just like this? Years will pass and nobody will focus on an unreliable (development-wise) platform. OH! I see them fragmenting on purpose to sell even more phones. But the problem is that Maemo customers are not dumb.