Nokia Is Here To Stay

We had blogged about Nokia might be launching N900 formerly known as Rover, during its Nokia world event. Yesterday, Nokia officially announced Nokia N900. And boy it looks promising. Not only the newly designed Linux based Operating system Maemo but also the hardware specifications and Price tag is a huge turn ON for us.



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Take a look at the videos(bottom of the post) and I am sure Nokia will take you to surprise how awesome its operating system looks. I must say even better than iPhone. For once Nokia might be able to beat up its competitors Apple, Android based phones and more. With the already depreciating market for Nokia, N900 is a new ray of hope.

Though, initially marketed as a tablet the feature to insert sim card makes it a complete Phone with the hardware we have always been looking for.

Fonearena, even went a bit cheesy and compared Nokia N900 and iPhone in their post, and Nokia N900 clearly turns out to be a winner.

600 MHz CPU
3.5 G and Wi-Fi connectivity
3D graphics accelerator with OpenGL ES 2.0 support
800 × 480 pixels WVGA touchscreen display
32GB of Memory expandable upto 48 gigs
5 Megapixel Camera with Carl Zeiss Optics , Dual LED flash
Photo editor on device
800 × 480 resolution video recording
Slide out Full QWERTY keyboard
Maemo Browser with multitab browsing
Full-screen browsing
Maemo 5 with Multitasking
Full Flash support
Assisted-GPS receiver
3.5mm AV connector
TV out
Video playback file formats: .mp4, .avi, .wmv, .3gp; codecs: H.264, MPEG-4, Xvid, WMV, H.263.
BL-5J 1320mAh battery

At a price tag of 500 EUR its a catch. Would you buy Nokia N900? Lets is know.

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Apurva Chaudhary

Apurva is a tech enthusiast, works at ClassMatrix , cycles on her Firefox Cyclone, and runs a newsletter at Techknots . Follow her on Twitter