At the heart of this mobile computer is its powerful 600 MHz processor and up to 1GB of application memory. The superscalar ARM processor delivers exceptional power and enables you to run all your applications quickly, smoothly, and simultaneously.
ARM Cortex - A8 superscalar microprocessor core running at 600 MHz
Linux-based operating system
3D graphics accelerator with OpenGL ES 2.0 support
The built-in 32 GB storage is big enough to store up to 7,000 of your favourite songs or 40 hours of DVD-quality video. And with an external microSD card you can expand the storage to up to 48 GB.
32 GB internal storage
Expandable to up to 48 GB with an external microSD card
Fast wireless broadband
For the first time get high-speed broadband that’s as fast as an internet connection at home. Enjoy rich interactive content across the web and view pages the way they should be seen with stunning full-screen browsing.
3.5G and WLAN connectivity
Quadband GSM with GPRS and EDGE
Data transfers over a cellular network 10/2Mbps
Data transfers over Wi-Fi 54Mbps
Flash 9.4 support
High-quality digital camera
Capture vivid images and DVD-quality widescreen video with the integrated 5-megapixel camera. The Carl Zeiss optical lens brings added clarity, while the dual LED flash lets you take great pictures day or night.
5-megapixel digital camera
Carl Zeiss optical lens
Dual LED flash
800 × 480 resolution video recording
Powerful hardware packed into a sleek, compact design. The Nokia N900 mobile computer features a sharp 800 x 480 touch-screen display and a fully integrated QWERTY keyboard.
3.5” WVGA display
800 × 480 resolution
Tactile and onscreen QWERTY keyboards
Find your position quickly and accurately with the built-in Assisted-GPS receiver. The Nokia N900 works seamlessly with Ovi Maps to give you the quickest available route as you make your way from A to B.
Ovi Maps pre-installed
Processor and 3D accelerator
Size and weight
Keys and input method
Email & Messaging
Music and audio playback
What´s in the box
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