Monday, June 28, 2010

N900, of Nokia, is based on Linux

After much speculation, Nokia confirmed the launching inthe Europe of the N900, full its smartphone of well bacanas resources and twirling in Maemo 5, based in Debian Linux. E now, iPhone?

The configurations of the N900 do not leave to desire at any moment. With a sensible screen to the resistiva touch of 3,5 counts with resolution of 800 for 480 pixels, it still has a keyboard QWERTY in the format slide, remembering the N97 - also, leaving its brother seeming one celularzinho any. If this already was the necessary one to call the attention, on the inside it orders still better.

If what you need you are space, the N900 has 32 GB of internal memory that still can be expanded for 48 GB with one microSD. In the hour of if connecting, Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth 2,1, GPS and A-GPS make the party. Still it rolls an exit for TV and a transmitter of radio FM. E the camera also seems to be fine thing, with 5 megapixels and lenses of Carl Zeiss with double flash of LED.

If this already seemed sufficiently, forgets the Symbian. Maemo 5 was brought up to date and will have to twirl some applicatory bacanas, beyond counting on proper, established browser in the Mozilla Firefox with support Flash 9.4. As its base is Debian Linux, of the one to wait some good applicatory ones for the N900.


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