Nokia N900, Maemo Linux System-Based

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Nokia has announced a wide distribution of N900 series handsets to consumers. The presence of this new phone is very important for the growth of Nokia. New devices running the Linux operating system is based Maemo using size 3.5-inch touchscreen, a QWERTY keyboard slides, speed browsing and instant online access to the Nokia store.

Nokia said that the N900 is designed to provide experience using desktop computers to mobile devices. Processor ARM Cortex-A8 with 1GB of memory the application will increase the performance to handle multiple applications at once.

Nokia claims to still dominate the mobile phone market with a print of about 40 percent of all mobile phones sold in the world. However, concerns about the takeover of customers from Apple and RIM BlackBerry continue to haunt.

"The Nokia N900 has received public attention since it was launched in August, while still pre-order," said JosĪ¹-Luis Martinez, one of Vice President Nokia. "What's interesting is the Maemo software, which will take the standard of desktop computers and offers a full browsing experience in the handset."

N900 arrival will be important for the future growth of the Finnish mobile phone giant's. Nokia is expected to use the Maemo platform to meet the growing needs of consumers who always want to connect to the Internet and their social networks at any time.

"Maemo will provide the next generation of computer experience," said Geoff Blaber, an analyst at CCS Insight. "The emphasis on the visual strengths and multifunction key.
Versatility will become increasingly important in the world, because now the phone is used to access some functions, applications and services. This is a challenge faced by the Apple iPhone


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