Nokia N900: The Ultimate Mobile Personal Computer

Nokia N900Moving Closer

The goal of making personal computer functionality totally mobile has just gotten a big push forward thanks to the new offer from Nokia. The Nokia N900 is one mobile phone that is allowing the industry to move closer to the destination of fully integrating personal computers to handheld devices. This integration might be a long way of but at least the industry is moving in the right direction. For now, the type of experience that the Nokia N900 is offering will be the next best thing to a laptop and that is saying something about this gadget.

Its Design and Other Features

The Nokia N900 design is fairly simple. It is a black slider phone that slides horizontally and has a 110.9 × 59.8 × 18 mm body. Its full QWERTY keypad helps in typing for emails, instant messages and SMS. Its 3.5-inch touchscreen has an 800 x 480-pixel display and also allows for smooth viewing of photos, videos and WebPages. It also comes with a great multimedia player that supports a variety of file types (both photos and videos), a wide range of data and network support, 5.0-megapixel Carl Zeiss camera, and a host of other applications usually found in other smartphones.

Its Computer-like Functions

Much like a computer, the Nokia N900 has multitasking capabilities as well as fluid mobile internet browsing. This is done with the use of the Linux-powered Meamo Software, which facilitates the multitasking needs of the users. What makes this multitasking feature above par is the use of the OpenGL ES 2.0 graphics acceleration and ARM Cortex-A8 processor, which makes launching of applications fast and avoids hanging or lagging of any one application during its use. The Mozilla browser, together with the AdobeFlash 9.4 also gives a good mobile browsing experience.

Truly, Nokia has made a mobile phone that is as close to personal computer functionality as today’s technology allows. Bur if this is any indication, Nokia will be soon launching faster, and better technologies further decreasing the gap between smartphones and personal computers.

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