Nokia, the world’s leading maker of mobile devices, has a new product that a lot of people are talking about. WebProNews got a first hand look at the powerful device at CES 2010.
According to the Nokia representative we spoke with, the Maemo-powered N900 is “like a mini computer with a phone application.” The Linux-based Maemo platform allows users to complete multiple online tasks on the small handheld device.
Specific features of the N900 include:
- 32GB of internal storage
- 3.5-inch touchscreen
- Full QWERTY keyboard
- 5-megapixel camera
- Carl Zeiss optics
- Dual LED flash
- Ovi services
In addition, the home screen can be customized with up to 4 different viewing options. Also, the device has a stand that allows it to be put on a table or counter for easy viewing.
Nokia’s N900 is currently available for $569. It comes unlocked and can be used with any GSM carrier. For more information on this device, visit www.nokiausa.com