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Nokia N900 Black

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Mobile phone that is able to perform many of the functions of a computer, typically having a relatively large screen and an operating system capable of running general-purpose applications.
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Long product name Nokia N900 Black :
The short editorial description of Nokia N900 Black

N900 Mobile Computer
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Short summary description Nokia N900 Black:
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Nokia N900, 8.89 cm (3.5"), 800 x 480 pixels, 0.6 GHz, Black
Long summary description Nokia N900 Black :

Nokia N900. Display diagonal: 8.89 cm (3.5"), Display resolution: 800 x 480 pixels. Processor frequency: 0.6 GHz. Battery capacity: 1320 mAh. Colour of product: Black. Weight: 181 g

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2011-09-21
Testseek has collected 137 expert reviews for Nokia N900 Svart and the average expert rating is 75 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
75%
Source Review comments Score
uk.askmen.com
Updated:
2014-05-16
With its 3.5-inch touchscreen and slide-out QWERTY keyboard, the Nokia N900 appears to have a lot in common with several other of the latest smartphones to be released. However, as you start to unravel the bulk of the details and specifications for this g...
87%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-21
Once the unequalled leader among mobile phone manufacturers, Nokia still returns impressive sales, but ceded its dominance of the smartphone market with the arrival of the iPhone. It's been playing catch-up ever since, sticking rigidly to a Symbian OS...
Bottom line Some may find the size a concern, but it's mainly a consequence of accommodating slide-out keyboard. In use, the keyboard, despite its compact layout, works very well and the camera is head and shoulders above what you'll find on the iPhone. Overa...
85%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-08
The N900 is the first Nokia smartphone based on the Maemo OS, formerly employed only by the firm's internet tablet devices. It's a canny move, which makes this the easiest to use of all the Nokia phones in our group test in the May 2010 issue of PC Aut...
Bottom line The new OS shows promise, but the N900’s competition is hot and it fails to make the grade...
83%
itpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-21
Taking into account the Nokia N900 we were using was a pre-production sample, the handset looks like it could certainly be a strong contender for the smartphone OS crown. The screen may be a little unreliable, but if Nokia can upgrade this to a capacit...
83%
pcpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-21
Nokia used to be known for producing simple, effective phones, but then it jumped on the Symbian bandwagon and lumbered itself with the over-complicated S60 OS. But, at long last, the Finnish phone giant is striking out in a new direction, and its new...
Bottom line The Maemo OS shows promise, but the competition is hot and the N900 just fails to make the grade...
83%
letsgomobile.org/en
Updated:
2011-09-21
M obile operating systems play an increasingly more important role when choosing a new mobile phone. Besides the design and the speed, many of its functionalities strongly depend on the phone’s operating system. Especially since the introduction of the...
Bottom line 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 application...
81%
T3.com
Updated:
2011-09-21
Having released a series of solid, but unexciting handsets in the last couple of years and seen the , and (particularly) the , grab market share and the tech lovers’ imagination, Nokia needs a big handset success and fast. The N900 eschews Symbian...
Good Customisable Maemo interface Powerful, Excellent browser, Generous memory, Potential of open source...
Bad Currently touch commands are a bit unresponsive, Landscape only, Social networking not very fluid, Bulky...
Bottom line Sure it is computer like, but at heart this is a phone and as the first of many handsets to feature the Maemo interface (hopefully), it's a very enticing prospect...
80%
3g.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-21
on the Nokia N900 We’ve never come across a handset with as much power as the Nokia N900 – we barely managed to scratch the surface of what it can do. For example, you can make free voice calls over Skype using the Wi-Fi connection, and there’s accura...
Good For Nokia N900, Enough power to run applications continuously and simultaneously plus the Maemo OS make for a PClike experience.
Bad for Nokia N900...
80%
techradar.com
Updated:
2011-09-21
The latest addition to the Nokia family is the first device running Maemo 5, a new OS that takes the best of Nokia's internet tablet range and stuffs it into a phone-sized chassis. Featuring a huge 3.5-inch screen and full slide-out QWERTY keyboard, it...
Good A great internet experience, Slick UI, Intuitive Maemo OS, Vast array of integrated social network services, Great multi-tasking...
Bad Poor battery life, Prone to freezing, Resistive screen, Juddering maps application...
Bottom line The latest addition to the Nokia family is the first device running Maemo 5, a new OS that takes the best of Nokia's internet tablet range and stuffs it into a phone-sized chassis. Featuring a huge 3.5-inch screen and full slide-out QWERTY keyboard, i...
80%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-21
Nokia's N900 is a Linux-based mobile device with a number of advanced features, including application multi-tasking, built-in VoIP support, stereo speakers, graphics acceleration, video output to a TV, and more.Announced last August and available now f...
Good Good web browser; Qwerty keyboard; multi-tasking OS lets user keep multiple apps open...
Bad Relatively short battery life; high SIM-free price...
Bottom line With cellular network support, the N900 is a much more practical device than its internet tablet predecessors and has a number of interesting features that set it apart from typical smartphones. However, despite Microsoft Exchange connectivity, the de...
80%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2011-09-21
The N900 drops the moniker of "internet tablet", choosing to push forward with "mobile computer" as this model comes in to supplant the N810, released back in 2007. Two-years along and the landscape of internet-savvy mobile devices has changed greatly...
Good Good hardware, bags of potential, multitasking options...
Bad Battery life, lack of apps, lacks aspect switching...
Bottom line The N900 is an extremely capable handset but it needs aspect switching for the home pages, it needs the Flash support enhancing and it needs to develop the app offering. Until these things arrive the N900 is a supporting role, rather than the star of t...
80%
fonehome.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-21
The Nokia N900 is a big, bold step into the unknown for the Finnish phone giant. It’s the first smart tablet from the company to rock its new operating system, Maemo 5, unlike most regular N Series’ Symbian S60. Did Nokia land on firm ground, or has it...
Bottom line This is what the Nokia N97 should have beenLoveMaemo is a joyous change from Symbian S60HateThe unresponsive screen marrs the experienceThe specScreen: 800×480, 3.5-inchesConnectivity, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, A-GPS, Bluetooth, TV-outCamera: 5MPStorage: 32GB, exp...
80%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-08
Running an advanced, Linux-based operating system called Maemo 5, Nokia's N900 is certainly an interesting device. Foremost an Internet tablet and capable of full multitasking, the Nokia N900 smartphone will definitely impress early adopters and gadget gurus, but for others the experience will feel incomplete and uncomfortable.The Nokia N900 smartphone lacks a little style compared to many of its competitors. The conservative black glossy styling on the front and matte rear do not scream exc...
Good Outstanding Web browser, responsive screen, comfortable keyboard, excellent multitasking, customisable desktop...
Bad Bulky, lacking in style, questionable build quality, only works in landscape mode, interface commands are inconsistent...
Bottom line The Nokia N900 is best classified as an interesting but ultimately incomplete device. The Linux-based Maemo 5 OS does some things superbly and others poorly. This smartphone offers one of the best mobile Web experiences available but there is plenty o...
75%
wired.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-21
Let’s face it, there’s no doubt that since the arrival of you-know-what from Apple, Nokia has found it tough to be taken seriously in the smartphone market. With the Linux Maemo 5-powered N900 however, it’s right back in the game.As a phone though the...
70%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-21
Running an advanced, Linux-based operating system called Maemo 5, the Nokia N900 is certainly an interesting device. Foremost an internet tablet and capable of full multitasking, the Nokia N900 smartphone will definitely impress early adopters and ga...
Bottom line The Nokia N900 is best classified as an interesting but ultimately incomplete device. The Linux-based Maemo 5 OS does some things superbly and others poorly. This smartphone offers one of the best mobile web experiences available but there is plenty o...
70%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2011-09-21
Nokia's Series 60 operating system has been around since 2001, so it's perhaps not all that surprising that when you place a Series 60 handset next to an iPhone or Android phone the OS looks a little tired. Maybe this is why Nokia has decided to use a com...
70%
recombu.com
Updated:
2014-04-02
The Nokia N900 has been heralded as a mobile computer in smart phone’s clothing and it's brimming with features. Featuring Nokia's Linux-based Maemo operating system, the N900 certainly packs a punch.What we likeThe N900 comes with massive amounts of m...
Bottom line All in all, the N900 is probably a grower, but you'll have to put in a lot of effort to fully appreciate it. Its size is a really prohibitive factor and one that might put a lot of people off, not to mention the keyboard which makes typing emails and t...
70%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2014-03-22
The N900 has multiple home screens, which you change with a swipe of the finger. For example, you can keep nagging business concerns on one page, and then brush them to one side by moving onto your social networking page.Unlike the iPhone, it’s easy t...
Good Solid, classy build. Fast browser. Multi-tasking master. Quality camera...
Bad OS takes time getting used to. Few functions work in portrait mode. Ovi store still lacks decent app selection. Wobbly kickstand...
Bottom line Big, clever and a joy for tweakers, but the touchscreen and interface make it a pain to use...
60%
digitalversus.com
Updated:
2011-09-21
The N900 as a phone Even though the N900 looks more like a pocket computer, due to the fact that it's used almost exclusively in landscape mode, it has all the connectivity of the best smartphones: 3G, WiFI, Bluetooth, the N900 neglects nothing. Recep...
Good Nice finish, Screen: bright, responsive, precise, Nice interface, Good web experience efficient / welldesigned navigator, FM transmitter / TV out...
Bad Big!, Navigation inconsistencies, No app store yet, Finished specific apps too rare / impractical for social networking, No MMS / screen not multipoint / low battery life...
60%
computeractive.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-21
The N900 is Nokia’s latest Linux-based internet phone.It is heavier than most similar phones we have looked at, but it does combine a large 3.5in touch-sensitive screen with a full (if small) Qwerty keyboard. That also makes it bulkier – at nearly 2cm...
Bottom line This is a clever device that is really aimed at (and ideal for) the geekier users out there. Mainstream phone users might find it too fiddly and big...
60%
electricpig.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-21
The chaps over in Finland will tell you that the Nokia N900 is not a successor to the N97. It’s an internet tablet, the flagship N-series is a phone. But with its touchscreen skills, QWERTY pad, smartphone OS and stellar connectivity this really do...
Good Maemo 5 is ace, multitasking is easy, QWERTY keyboard is a breeze to use...
Bad Touchscreen is woeful...
Bottom line A cracking effort from Nokia let down hugely by a resistive touchscreen...
60%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-21
Nokia's N900 is unique, as it's the only phone to run Nokia's home-brewed mobile Linux operating system, Maemo. It may be the only phone ever to run Maemo, as Nokia has announced that Maemo will merge with Intel's Moblin to become MeeGo. Being a fully...
Bottom line Perfect for Linux developers with deep pockets, but despite great performance and an intuitive OS, it's not suitable for consumers who want a wide selection of apps and easy updates...
60%
knowyourmobile.com
Updated:
2014-03-22
Nokia’s N900 is an interesting kettle of fish. Part mobile phone, part singing and dancing mobile computer, it is the logical successor to the N810 Internet Tablet in format and ambition.But it is so much more than the N810 ever was, largely because it...
0%
tracyandmatt.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-21
Well, here is something interesting from Nokia. The N900 running a new operating system, Maemo 5. The Nokia N900 is more of an internet tablet with the phone function thrown in for good measure but is it any good and could this signal the end of Nokia...
Bottom line After speaking recently to a few other people who have used the N900 some said they had big problems with it such as it turning itself off. Not me though. I had no issues at all. I actually really like the Nokia N900. Not enough to get one but I think...
0%
gadgetrepublic.com
Updated:
2011-09-21
I have to say the Nokia N900 is probably the first and only Linux-based mobile device I have ever reviewed and I certainly hope won't be the last.Reviewing mobile phones is a straightforward enough affair. You know if you like it or not pretty instantl...
0%
digitalone.com.sg
Updated:
2011-09-21
Smartphones are looking better and doing more with each new release, and Nokia's latest N900 is a great example of how much far these devices have come.Encased in a sleek black chassis, the N900's sleek, glossy chassis and touchscreen makes this phone...
Good Powerful phone runs multiple windows and apps with no lag. Operating system is simple and easy to use...
Bad A little too bulky and might not be ideal for those who like to keep their phones in their pockets.
Bottom line A great smartphone that shows plenty of promise...
0%
techsmart.co.za
Updated:
2014-02-28
It has been a while since Nokia served up a phone that truly blew us away; as far back as the N95 if we’re ­honest. The more recent N97 is good, but it isn’t wow, while the 5800 XpressMusic is really cool, but not ­revolutionary.Now the Nokia N900 has...
Bottom line The N900 is impressive because it takes Nokia’s smartphones in a new direction. With sublime browsing capabilities and PC like multi-tasking experience thanks to Maemo, it’s on the ­leading edge. Now if Nokia can just refine the product a little, on th...
0%
pz10.com
Updated:
2011-09-21
Usually when Nokia makes an Nseries announcement the geek world trembles with excitement, expecting to see the next master of the multimedia realm. Nokia N900 didn't make any exception to this rule though it was pitched for its web browsing prowess mor...
Bottom line The Nokia N900 certainly is an impressive little fella (well not that little actually). It's so different from anything else we have reviewed so far that it constantly keeps us on our toes. And we like being kept tip-toeing by new gadgets. It's ce...
0%
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