Nokia N900 – Review

Nokia N900

The Nokia N900 is available for pre-order right now and their high performance and great speed is going to be an overall great thing to try out. It comes with a really great processing power that makes it work into mobile computing in a great way. This is a powerful processor that is loaded with great applications. It has got about one GB of memory space. The ARM processor working within brings about exceptional power and enables you to work through some of the options rather quickly and smoothly. So you can work simultaneously as well as with exceptional delivery of power and performance.

The A8 superscalar microprocessor is doing its 600 Mhz of speed and it is working with up to one GB of application in memory. There is space for 768 MB virtual memory space and it is also a Linux based operating system. There is presence of graphics accelerator as well as OpenGLES 2.0 support system.

There is large internal storage capacity as well as built-in 32 GB storage facility with the function of storing 7,000 of your favorite bands. There is presence of microSD as well as expansion of 48 GB. The expandable space comes with a micro external SD card.

There is a fast wireless broadband that can be accessed with a high speed and fast accessing internet connection that one can work with at home. This is an interactive content source session that enables you to view web pages pretty smoothly and fast. The full screen browsing is also stunning. The WLAN connection as well as the Quadband GSM with GPRS as well as EDGE is also something great.

Data transfers can be done over cellular networking at the rate of 10/Mbps. A Flash 9.4 support along with full screen browsing is also totally great. There is a high quality digital camera that can capture vivid images as well as bring about a wonderful DVD quality widescreen video accessibility.
The innovative design brings powerful hardware as well as a sleek look. Its touch screen has sharp contrast and brings a bright display. The QWERTY keyboard also brings you smooth access to work. The touch screen is quite sensitive with a 3.5” WVGA display that comes with it. The tactile and onscreen keyboard is also very interesting. The battery is removable and there is an integrated A-GPS that can be dealt with accurately.

This phone works seamlessly with the Ovi Maps that bring the quickest route to make you understand routes really well. The assisted GPS receiver is one of the best ways to make this work. The Ovi Map stays pre installed and brings a lot of help your way.

There is an 800 x 480 high pixel resolution coming with the display. The Maemo browser is backed up by Mozilla technology. The Adobe Flash 9.4 support brings great support to the web browsing capacity of the phone.

The images can be downloaded in JPEG format. The autofocus can be assisted with light and dual stage capturing keys. There is Dual LED flash as well as CMOS sensor, Carl Zeiss optics and Tessar Lens. You can also have fun with the photo editor device installed on phone.

There is automatic capture mode as well as portrait, video and macro ways of taking your snaps. Have fun capturing landscape or action photos as well. The wide aspect ratio of the video comes in the ratio 16:9 with video file saving formats working as mp4, codec and MPEG-4. Video playback file formats are also available in different forms that will help you in good quality video recording.

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