Nokia N900 smartphone released back in 2009. The novelty with a sliding keyboard has quickly become a cult. What it is not surprising: it was the last gadget company running Maemo. Let’s take a closer look at the device.
You know the rest: the Finnish developers abandoned based on the Linux platform. And now the enthusiastic Windows Phone, almost went bankrupt and sold Microsoft.
Surprisingly, the said unit survived their creators (the idea). In device still a lot of fans. It is they expect the sponsors Neo900 – unofficial “heir” of the famous PDA. Let’s look at the main features of the device.
Features of Neo900
That’s great – the design does not differ from the original. Product looks familiar way. However, the technical “filling” is different.
The Neo900 able to boast? 1-core TI OMAP 3730 clocked at 1 GHz. Also, the graphics accelerator PowerVR SGX. The phone has 1 GB of RAM, as well as a 3.5-inch TFT-LCD with dual touch input and a resolution of 800 by 480 pixels.
In addition, the availability of support for 4G LTE, the storage capacity of 512 MB. Additional functions gyroscope, GLONASS, a 3-axis compass, GPS, thermometer, barometer, Wi-Fi 802.11b / g, USB OTG and Bluetooth 2.0.
The device for the role of a leader is not necessary, of course. Updates, however, is decent. Suffice it to compare with the basic characteristics of the N900 (600 MHz, 256 MB RAM, a more modest screen and any “bonus”).
The operating system is offered Debian GNU / Linux (a Replicant, SHR or QtMoko).
Conclusion of Neo900
Currently, we are taking pre-orders. The cost of the complete set will be 480 euros. The fee for the self-upgrading old phone will be cheaper and will be of € 350.
With the acquisition of better not pull. After the release of the price rise.
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