Nokia N900 Gives Up some Secrets
If you are under the impression that you know all about the Nokia N900 smartphone, you may be wrong, as according to an article over on fonehome there are several handy titbits which they have come across while handling the Nokia N900.
So here they are…apparently the Nokia N900 can make free calls via Skype on the Nokia N900 naturally and as long as the other person is also using Skype. The they found that the Maemo 5 operating system updates come via OTA so cuts out the necessity of cables.
Next the Nokia N900’s 5 megapixel camera enables the user to tweak snaps after taking them, so the user can geo-tag, crop, zoom, and clear red0eye all by one simple touch of the finger. They found that Maemo 5 is a hacker’s dream as it’s based on Linux, and thus many developers won’t struggle to adapt.
The Nokia N900’s desktop internet browser enables the user to view YouTube and other Flash content in a web page thus allowing them to continue to play whilst looking at the rest of the website. Then there’s the display of all open application and internet tabs which are lifve views of what’s happening in the application.
Firefox Mobile will sync your history to the Nokia N900 and will remember which sites you have visited on your PC and add them to the auto-suggestion list. Maemo 5’s media player sports internet radio as a core option so the user can preset and tune wherever there is WiFi.
The Nokia N900 can also plug into your flat screen TV, meaning you can stream internet videos to your TV without a games console or HTPC, and lastly as the Nokia N900 pack a 600MHz processor it is very fast and can handle several applications without problem.