Excerpt: this is an unfinished product. the nokia n900 hardware and spec-wise, is VERY impressive for it's time. when it was released in 2009, 800x480 WVGA resolution, integrated skype, integrated google chat was very impressive. then came the OS. Maemo is ONLY good if you plan on spending hours on it to get any sort of usability out of it. the n900 is like a blank pallette. you do with it as you wish. if you just want it for email and skype and web browsing, then that's fine.
Summary: Nokia N900 is very good model. i like the os maemo. IT is pretty fast and virus free. the battery is the problem with the device. It never charges with home charger,car charges..but the device shows it is charging after some time mobile will get swicth off. i dont know whether i took it from wrong vendor or not.
Excerpt: Generally, therefore, I would conclude that in as much as this is a wonderful phone, it just doesn’t work for me. The fact that it has difficulty in downloading my email, it’s interface issues and poor call quality made me disinterested in it. Also, it crashed too much, and for this reason I wouldn’t rely on this phone. I’m sure that there other much better smart phones than this out there, and I wouldn’t recommend this.
Pros: Well if the poor phone would have booted up maybe I could tell you!!!
Cons: Brand New out the box the phone wouldnt boot up all I got was the NOKIA screen and a Beeping noise! Then found out that you cant use it for MMS! and you cant use it on At&t if you want to use your 3G.
"Great hardware, software not ready for primetime."
8 December 2009
Pros: Quick enough, nice display, good GPS (when you figure out how to use it), good 3G radio
Cons: horrible touchscreen (worst I have used on a smartphone), terrible browser (don't get what people rave about it), generally confusing UI, no integration with google calendar or contacts (I used to care about outlook support, now it's google I want)