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Resistive touchscreen Localized backlit keyboard with variations for English, Italian, French, German, Russian, Scandinavian and Spanish microphone 3-axis accelerometer Proximity sensor Ambient light sensor GSM 850/900/1800/1900 GPRS 107/64 kbit/s DL/UL EDGE 296/178 kbit/s DL/UL UMTS 900/1700/2100 WCDMA 384/384 kbit/s DL/UL HSPA 10/2 Mbit/s DL/UL WLAN IEEE 802.11 b/g Bluetooth 2.1 Integrated GPS with A-GPS It supersedes the Nokia N810.
Unlike the three Nokia Internet tablets preceding it, the Nokia N900 is the first Maemo device to include phone functionality (quad-band GSM and 3G UMTS/HSDPA).
The N900 functions as a mobile Internet device, and includes e-mail, web browsing and access to online services, a 5-megapixel digital camera for still or video photography, a portable media player for music and video, calculator, games console and word processor, SMS, as well as mobile telephony using either a mobile network or Vo IP via Internet (mobile or Wi-Fi).
Maemo provides an X-terminal interface for interacting with the core operating system.
It was launched at Nokia World on 2 September 2009 and was released on 11 November 2009 in the United States and 9 European countries.
The N900 was launched alongside Maemo 5, giving the device an overall more touch-friendly interface than its predecessors and a customizable home screen which mixes application icons with shortcuts and widgets.
Maemo 5 supports Adobe Flash Player 9.4, and includes many applications designed specifically for the mobile platform such as a new touch-friendly media player.
The Nokia N900 was announced on 17 September 2008 during a keynote presentation by Dr. New supported features were announced for Maemo 5 such as cellular connectivity over 3G/HSPA, TI OMAP3 processor and high definition camera support.
No news on backward compatibility for older Internet Tablets and no time frame was established.
targeted exclusively the OMAP3 architecture, revamped the user interface, included support for hardware graphics acceleration and other functionalities not found in Internet Tablets at the time such as cellular data connectivity and high definition camera support.
The first photo and specifications of the N900, codenamed Rover while being developed, came out in May 2009. Initially, availability was extremely limited, leading to further delays.
The statement from Nokia was that there was higher pre-order demand than expected.
The Nokia N900 is powered by OMAP 3430 ARM Cortex-A8, which is a system-on-a-chip made by Texas Instruments based on a 65 nanometer CMOS process.