Nokia’s super ambitious phone, N900 costs $649 in US.

Nokia announced N900 in August 2009 and has now announced plans to ditch Symbian (and port all Nseries phones to Maemo, the Linux OS by 2012).

N900 has quite a lot of impressive features like powerful OMAP processor with OpenGL ES 2.0 support, 1 GB of Application RAM, 32GB storage, 3,5in widescreen touch display, QWERTY keyboard, 5 MP camera, GPS and Quad-band GSM, EDGE, GPRS and WCDMA support, on the hardware side.

N900 - Nokia's Linux (Maemo) Based Phone

On the software side Maemo 5 has a lot of interesting features like the Mozilla engine based browser, a complete suite of open source applications for Media playback , support for Adobe Flash 9.4, multiple desktops , Widgets and an Application manager. Another cool thing about Maemo 5 on the N900 is it’s support for multi-tasking which is sure to show an enhanced performance, possibly even better than the iPhone(?).

Question to you: N97, N97 Mini or N900? Or iPhone?


Samsung Launches CorbyTXT and CorbyMATE in India

Samsung has launched CorbyTXT and CorbyMATE in India (price Rs. 7,900 and 7,300 respectively).

Samsung Corby Mate


  • 2.0 inch TFT display with 240 x 320 resolution,2MP camera, threaded inbox, 40 MB internal memory (expandable with microSD card upto  8 GB)

Corby Mate Specs

  • 2.0 inch TFT display with 240 x 320 resolution, 40 MB internal memory (expandable with microSD card upto  8 GB) [details]

Also see: Airfone launches it’s mobile handset in India


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