Dubbed as the “mobile computer,” Nokia’s Linux-based N900 is finally out. This model is especially noticeable since it is the first time the Finnish company uses its new Maemo 5 operating system–an OS built in Linux, and works heavily for Internet usage.
The Nokia N900 has 800 x 400 pixels, 3.5 inches screen, GPS, FM transmitter, TV-out, USB ports and a 5MP camera. It also has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, which is becoming more popular in Nokia phones today. The QWERTY keyboard can also be accessed through its on-screen version. The memory of this phone boasts of 32GB capacity for on-board memory, which can be expanded using a microSD card.
One more thing, Nokia N900’s Mozilla Firefox browser can play videos in Flash format–something that the iPhone refuses to do despite of its “perfection.”
The Nokia N900 will come out in October for $710.