Nokia Launches N900 In India

World’s leading mobile phone maker Nokia today announced the launch of its much-awaited Linux Maemo operating system based first mobile phone N900 in India at Rs.30,639.

The Nokia N900 is just as mobile computer which can also be used as a phone. From the dashboard or desktop, all it takes is a twist of your wrist to instantly access the phone app. Make a call, or choose another way to get your message across.

With Maemo on your device you can start multiple chats with your Ovi, Gtalk, Skype, and other IM contacts – then from the dashboard jump between your ongoing chats in the time it takes to tap the screen.

Nokia N900 equipped with full QWERTY keyboard, 3.5-inch touchscreen display with a 800 x 480 pixel resolution, Quad band GSM (850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz) and Tri band 3G-UMTS/HSDPA (900 / 1700 / 2100 MHz) connectivity, GPS receiver, Wi-Fi capabilities, accelerometer, multitasking, VoIP support, Firefox 3 with support for Flash 9.4, 32GB of internal memory and a MicroSDHC memory card slot for up to 16 GB of additional storage space.

In addition, the Nokia N900 also has an OMAP 3430 CPU at 500 or 600 MHz, a 5 mega pixel Carl Zeiss camera with auto focus and dual LED flash and VGA web camera on the front.The users can also record DVD-quality, widescreen videos on the phone.

The handset has 1GB of virtual runtime memory, and a 1320 mAh battery, all packed up inside a 111 x 59.7 x 18.2 mm device that weighs 180 grams.

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June 9, 2010 1:37 pm 1:37 PM

When will it be available in Delhi. I waited for this device since I saw it first time on internet late back in August 2009

June 7, 2010 11:04 am 11:04 AM

This phone is not worth 30K. But the good thing is about Linux Maemo OS which I suppose is the first time Linux has started with Mobile Phones? Need more info on that! Soon Microsoft will bring some updated version of Windows Mobile with more advanced features. Linux by the way is said to be the best OS in terms of security, hope it will have same feature in Mobile phones as well…

June 6, 2010 8:05 pm 8:05 PM

I visit telecom talk regularly however i dont know how i missed that post.. and just got pissed off thinking how could telecomtalk guys did not cover it, as i got this news from one of my friends and then searched internet for it and found it on another website
My sincere Apology to telecomtalk.