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Nokia N900 - What do you think ??

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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
Trying to decide if the new Nokia N900 is a good phone, or should I get an iPhone 3GS.. or wait for the new iPhone which could/should appear later this year ?

What do you think ??
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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#2
I like the iphone but its a bit big in the pocket and gets scratched easily :)
#3
Samwards
I like the iphone but its a bit big in the pocket and gets scratched easily :)


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banned#4
have you seen winmo7?
#5
I've got an N900 and wished I'd have gone for an iphone with similiar HDD capabilities. The touch screen isn't as responsive as my ipod touch and i'll be b*ggered if I can get it to sync with my laptop to download movies or music...

It's also VERY heavy...
#6
How heavy is it compared to the iPhone or the N95 8GB (current phone ) ??

I keep looking at eb*y to see how much they are going for and there are some good deals.. Usually cheaper than the iPhone !!
#7
I have had an N900 since the end of december. It's easily one of the best phones (although people keep telling me it's not a phone) i've had.

If you need to know any specific details then just ask. I don't have an iphone but I do have an ipod touch and the 3 main points for why I prefer the N900 are...
- It's big. I'm not sure how much heavier it is than the N95 8GB, but I wouldn't say by a lot. It's definitely bigger though. I know most people prefer small thinner phones but I'm one of the few who don't. The N900 is not stupidly big but i can feel it when its in my pocket and it fits comfortably into my hand(s).

- The slide-out keyboard. I'm not a big fan of touch only gadgets, having physical buttons makes a huge difference to me. Especially when texting or playing emulators.

- Multi-tasking. I haven't yet found a limit to how many things the N900 can do at the same time without crashing. To be fair I haven't properly tried to crash it, the furthest I went was to run around 10 different apps at the same time. I can't exactly remember what I had open but it was something like... I was on the phone, had a few emulators running, had a few web pages open, checking the weather app, updating an app and writing a text. All that happened was the phone slowed down slightly!

I know these points aren't for everyone but for me they make a huge difference. The N900 still has a few rough patches but updates are planned (MMS!!) and once the ovi store gets rolling I expect to see a lot of decent apps available.
#8
In regards to multi tasking I haven't found 10 apps to open on the n900 yet..!

I'm hoping I'll start to feel the love for it with the app store gets up and running...
#9
Thanks for the comments.

I'll keep checking on here and eb*y and see what comes up !!

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