At the in-house exhibition of mobile phone manufacturers in addition to new smartphone presented also a NetBook with built-in UMTS. Nokia World 09: N900, N97 mini and booklet 3 G as opposed to the iPhone and other touchscreen smartphones Nokia N900 has a full keyboard, which is revealed by sliding up the screen. But primarily controlled using the touch-sensitive display. Multiple applications can take advantage of parallel on this so far can the Apple iPhone does not.
Internet browser integrated into maemo is based on the same technology as the PC browser Firefox. A Cortex A8 arm is used as the processor. There is also a gigabyte of memory. The N900 is also equipped with HSPA and Wi-Fi for fast traffic and convenient Internet surfing. The Smartphone thanks to the Flash displays videos and interactive applications. Operating system updates and patches are automatically imported via the Internet and installed.
8 product photos the luxury Smartphone in detail the integrated E-Mail program can manage up to ten email accounts. A Messenger allows you to chat. The Nokia N900 has 32 GB of data storage, which is expandable via microSD cards to 48 gigabytes. On board, a five-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss lens is located.
To have the Nokia N900 from October 2009, it should cost about 500 euros (without VAT). The manufacturer at Nokia World wants more details revealed (2nd and 3rd September 2009 in Stuttgart). COMPUTER image is live on site and reports on all news.
Update from the eleventh: COMPUTER image could try out the N900 on Nokia World. This impressed the device especially with its diverse Internet functions: can be on the home screen the latest news from Web sites or social networks such as Facebook or Twitter keep constantly in mind. On finger pressure, you can see all currently running programs in parallel. The Firefox browser displays movie Clips in Flash format. Only drawback: the version of Nokia maps installed on the Nokia N900 is good only to the route guidance and orientation (rs/cj)
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