Today Nokia officially unveiled the Nokia N900 that runs Maemo. We managed to grab a quick hands-on with it after the announcement. Check out our video to see how its much-hyped browser works, among other features, and click on the next page for pics.
The Nokia N900’s screen is responsive although we would have preferred a capacitive screen.
The back of the N900 is simple with the 5-megapixel camera at the top covered by a solid-looking cover.
The 5-megapixel camera come with a dual-LED photo light.
It’s smaller than we expected but it’s no Razr. You’ll need big pockets to carry this about.
The Nokia N900 boasts a handy table stand so that you can watch videos without needing to hold it.
This is the N900’s micro USB port that will become a standard feature on Nokia phones.
There’s a 3.5mm headphone jack, so you can plug your headphones straight in.