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That's more like it!
Now I just need to wait for my E63 to wear out... But on the plus side, by next year (at the earliest, realistically), there should be an even more improved model available!
So this thing doubles as a phone also? I thought it was just an web browsing device? I like that it has Adobe Flash! Really the only thing Nokia messed up on is the lack of 850/1900 3G.
?IF? Tmo were to pick this up I'll leave ATT for this. I just hope somebody comes up with an app for Maemo 5 that lets me use the built-in wif...
http://d3blather.blogspot.com/2009/08/nokias-2-horse ... »
And in this corner.
On a side note, supposedly it will be possible to compile apps for 3 platforms from one codebase.
now wait a just a minute...
If this is correct, shouldn't this mean that it will run off the T-Mobile 3G network?
I've been told by a Nokia representative to expect an increase in higher end Nokia's soon, but this is more than an increase. This is a leap!
Has anyone see any other sources for this or have any confirmation?
It looks like T-Mo will be the first North American carrier for this. I would expect an 850/1900/2100 version out relatively soon. Whether AT&T will carry it is another story.
N900 or N97
If there some cools apps for the Maemo 5 or not, like game emulators.
If anyone than knowns Maemo like the back of their hand can please tell if there at least game emulators, I will really appreciate it.
BOTH keyboards are messed up!
I'm new to these products...
There are pics and videos at Engadget Mobile:
http://www.engadgetmobile.com/2009/08/27/nokia-n900- ... »