Nokia Maemo featured on new Nokia N900



Nokia is a name synonymous with cellphones, and this time round they’re going to unleash a double whammy on the consumer world – the new Maemo software alongside a brand new N Series device known as the Nokia N900. The open source, Linux-based Maemo software is touted to offer an experience quite like what one would expect on a computer, albeit on a device that can fit into your palm – which probably means the N900 must be pretty beefed up in terms of specifications and features in the first place. Firstly, the Nokia N900 will be the next step in evolution for Nokia’s previous Internet tablet devices, offering the added flexibility for consumers who want to multitask even on their handsets, while browsing the Internet in a same manner as they would on a normal desktop.

The new Maemo 5 software allows the Nokia N900 to run dozens of application windows simultaneously, while making a phone call at the same time. No idea on just how much slowdown there will be, but Nokia seems rather positive that it will perform without or just suffer from a little bit of slowdown. Features of the Nokia N900 include a powerful ARM Cortex-A8 processor, the ability to store up to 1GB of application memory, OpenGL ES 2.0 graphics acceleration (should keep folks who love mobile gaming happy), a touchsceen display, HSPA support, Wi-Fi connectivity, full Adobe Flash 9.4 support and a browser based on Mozilla’s technology. All updates to the Maemo software will occur over the air.

The Nokia N900 comes with a full slide out QWERTY keyboard that makes it easy for you to compose all your text messages and emails, while featuring 32GB of internal memory, a microSD memory card slot, a 5-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, alongside compatibility to the Nokia Messaging service that can hold up to 10 personal email accounts. All text messages and IM exchanges with your contacts will be lumped into a single view for coherence, while all conversations will be organized into separate windows. Expect the N900 to go for 500 Euros before taxes and subsidies.

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9 reviews or comments

StonzTwo Says: August 28, 2009 at 8:08 am

happen to know anything about battery life? considering how crappy it is on my mobile phone that only places calls and does text messaging on a very small screen, i can’t imagine how fast this phone could eat up a battery with all those features.

Xander Says: August 28, 2009 at 11:20 am

Nice write up.

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Keep up the good work.

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Gandhi Says: August 29, 2009 at 7:43 am

hmm, now nokia have a new style for design this new product, nokia always use big screen lcd , qwerty keyboard, and easy navigation, its a good design because nokia doesnt make a copy style likes blackberry, iphone.
i own nokia 5800 express music this week, it rather same with this post , but the dislike is doesnt have a qwert keyboard, just a touch screen keyboard, but is ok, because its a cool and cheap phone for me, haha

Neagle Says: August 29, 2009 at 2:58 pm

I’ve owned a n800 for several years now and it rocks. The battery life is about 3.45 hours in heavy operation. What a mobile radio adds to the drain but, the batteries are inexpensive for the n800 and I believe they are the same on the n900. Check out the Video @ I will wait for the price to go down a bit but, the n900 is on my buy list.

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abcyesn Says: September 6, 2009 at 5:10 pm

I’m an avid fan of Nokia and Symbian phones from Philippines, and I’d like to share my interest in exploring new features in mobile technology particularly this new device and its Maemo platform for mobile communicators.

I’d like to witness how it performs well as a device, mobile communicator, and internet tablet, and be able to know what lies behind this new mobile OS.

I also want to know how worthy to have this device over the other existing and upcoming competitors and rivals in its level, and chat and meet people with the same interest.

I hope we can share each and everyone’s knowledge on this stuff among all of electronic gadgets we’ve had. is nice place to hangout.

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I’d like to witness how it performs well as a device, mobile communicator, and internet tablet, and be able to know what lies behind this new mobile OS.

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