Nokia N900 Available For Pre-Order In US, Germany and Italy

Nokia N900 Available For Pre-Order In US, Germany and Italy

Nokia N900 was recently launched at the Nokia World 09. Nokia N900 is Nokia’s first linux based smartphone. Within few days of its launch, it is now available for pre-order in United States, Italy and Germany.

Nokia N900

The N900 is the first Nokia mobile phone to run Maemo, which is Linux derived. The Nokia N900 has 32GB of storage, which is expandable up to 48GB via a microSD card. Other features include a GPS receiver with Ovi Maps, an FM transmitter, a 3.5mm audio jack with TV-out function, Bluetooth and DivX/XviD video playback support. The CPU inside the device is an ARM Cortex-A8 processor and the phone has a slide out QWERTY keyboard.

For photography on the go, the Maemo software and the N900 come with a new tag cloud user interface that helps users tag and share photos and videos more easily. The 5 megapixel with Carl Zeiss optics is also capable of recording 16:9 video with a resolution of up to 848×480 pixels@25fps.

Nokia N900 Pre-Order

The Nokia N900 Maemo5 has already gone on sale in the US and is available to pre-order direct from the Nokia Online store. Nokia has said that the device is expected to ship this October at a price of about US$650 in United States. If you live in Germany you can pre-order the device right now directly from Nokia for €599,00. Italian can also grab a pre-order at the same price. There is no word on availability or pre-orders in other countries at this time.

4 thoughts on “Nokia N900 Available For Pre-Order In US, Germany and Italy”

  1. The Nokia N900 is unlike any other Nokia handset. It’s the replacement for the N800 Internet tablet, but Nokia have now decided to add phone support to them as well, making this a true smart phone.

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