Summary: Stopped workign after a month. touch screen sopped working, no button works... Seller said after 30days they don't have return policy. I contacted Nokia and they said this phone is not intended to be used or marketed in USA.
Summary: Surprisingly enough (as we have another N900 that worked OK for years) this one started developing issues with the touch screen about a week after we got it. In a month it got completely non-usable, to the point one can not even start it (by sliding finger on touch screen). Working with the vendor trying to get a replacement and give it another try.
Summary: Seller was the worst part of the experience. The phone and OS are way behind even cheap comparables. The battery failed after 2 uses.....i could go on and on. Suffice to say look somewhere else for a good phone.
Summary: The item arrived on time that's a plus but I did not get an AV cable, neither the micro fiber cloth and it took me about 5 hours to charge my battery with the charger provided also the USB is terrible I have to adjust it a couple of times before it connects to a computer. It's a little awful to know what a standard nokia n900 comes with, and after purchase not get everything.
Summary: When I purchased this phone it won't turn on.Never purchase items that are shipped from outside the US.It's a headache dealing with the Vendor. I really wanted this phone, but I might have to find another Vendor in the US,and not in Hong Kong where it was shipped from.
Summary: After reading all the great reviews, i decided to invest my $400+ on this phone. I received it yesterday January 27th from USPS and just after an hour, it indicated that the battery was low. I put it on charge and went out for 6 hours. I came back and the phone was still signalling that the battery is low. I decided to switch it off so that the charging can be effective and after an hour, i tried switching it on and it won't come on.
Summary: What better gift for someone who travels often to Europe than an unlocked Nokia N-900? Try anything but an N-900. Two phones later - the second one dying within 24 hours of being returned from Nokia, I threw in the towel and cried, "basta!" Dealing with the company was one of the most frustrating experiences I've had. Their idea of customer service is to offer, no insist, on a 10 business day turn around time. Even with "expedited service" it was 10 business days.
Summary: I had the Nokia 6030 for approximately 6 years and it was a good phone. I used it primarily for making calls. I wanted to upgrade due to the texting, picture, and MMS craze. I purchased the Nokia N900 through Amazon and it was a problem from the first day. Once I received it I noticed it did not have picture sending (MMS) capability. When I called Nokia to enquire, they told me that it doesn't have that feature.