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Nokia N900: A Completely Different N Series Review

Posted on Friday, February 12 2010 @ 21:08:13 CET by


Nokia has been using the Symbian OS on its best devices for years now. As time went by, Symbian kept improving as well, until the market was stormed by the new type of phones led by the iPhone. Nokia’s attempt to join the race began with the pretty much failed model 5800, which was based on Symbian OS s60v5. N97 followed and improved the overall impression significantly. When Google Android platform surfaced, the competition became much more serious all of a sudden, so Nokia had to opt for a completely new concept in the form of Maemo 5 OS, promoted by the model N900…”

Summary: Besides the fact that some of its solutions place it in the range of the most user-friendly phones, each portion of the phone contains a small flaw or two.




Link: InsideHW

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