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Nokia N900 review | Ratings & Conclusion

Published on: Sunday, February 7th 2010                   Written by: Casper van der Kaaij - Photography by: Mark Peters
 

Our Rating!

Design
75%
User friendliness
80%
Features
85%
Performance
85%
Price / Quality ratio
80%
81%
Review rating
Nokia N900
 

Nokia N900 test conclusion

T he combination of Maemo 5 and a mobile phone from Nokia, creates a new user experience for Nokia fans. The Nokia N900 has a nicely designed menu structure. It does take some getting used to, but generally it is very clear. The Internet applications are very good, both the browser, which also supports Flash, as well as the easy to set up email application. Thanks to several layers in the menu, you can work through multiple windows and switch between them very easily. The range of software for the Maemo operating system is still scarce, but will certainly grow in the future. The Nokia N900 is a phone for many applications, although it is rather chunky and the standby time is not particularly special. The N900 is quite different from the Nokia phones we know so far. However, with this step to Maemo, Nokia shows that the brand is able to also meet the requirements of the demanding user in the future.

Nokia N900 review

 

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Nokia CA-146C adapter

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Nokia CA-101 USB cable

 
 
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