Nokia N900 Review and Problems: Consumer Opinions
The Nokia N900 smartphone has been available for a while now and is the first Nokia handset to run the Maemo platform, and is probably the most talked about smartphone in Nokia’s N series, and we’d love to hear from our reader about their experienced with the Nokia N900.
Spec wise the Nokia N900 packs quad-band GSM/EDGE, tri-band WCDMA/3G with a Arm Cortex-A8 600 MHz processor, 3.5 inch resistive touch screen, Maemo 5 operating system, 5 megapixel camera with 16:9 video recording and dual LED flash, slide out QWERTY keyboard, Bluetooth, WiFi, 32GB memory which is expandable via microSD and a 3.5mm jack.
Not to say that the Nokia N900 isn’t a good smartphone but in the past it has seen some issues such as charger faults not being covered by the Nokia N900 warranty, along with some slider problems, and USB port issues, but overall the problems haven’t been that drastic.
What we would like to know is our reader’s opinions of the Nokia N900 smartphone is they own one, how they have found the Maemo operating system, is it good, great or bad. Have you experienced any major issues, or do you simply love the device. Whatever your opinion on the Nokia N900 we’d like to hear them so feel free to drop us your reviews and problems in our comments area below, thanks.