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N900, just a little teaser…


Finally, after so much troubles for the past 2 week, I can be properly aroused now… just by holding Nokia N900 in my hands!!

My lousy Nokia 5230 camera really doesn’t do justice to N900’s 267 ppi resolution. It’s really amazingly sharp. Higher pixels per inch (ppi), the more information they can represent, and hence the clearer and sharper the picture.

For comparison, Apple iPhone 3GS: 165 ppi, Nokia N97: 210 ppi, HTC HD2: 217 ppi, Motorola Droid: 265 ppi

I am quite busy at the moment and don’t have a decent camera to do justice to its beauty so I shall wait till I go back to Miri for a proper ‘N900 photoshoot’.

For now, I’ll just share some screenshots I took with the sexy beast. I will do a proper review later after I am done playing with it.

Menu in N900

Status bar for N900, you do all the settings for internet connection, turn on/off bluetooth, profiles, IM status, and volume. More options by installing widgets/applications. Like that ‘screenshot’ button was added after I installed this ‘Load applet’ application.

N900 dashboard showing 5 running applications (er well somehow I actually only running 1 app – web browser, but total 5 of them haha! But you get the idea. All the running applications will be shown when you click the blue icon on the top left)

Bookmark area for the super awesome Maemo web browser

I’ll make a bold call, N900 is the best browsing device so far πŸ˜‰ Same browsing experience given by computer at a smaller scale. The web browsing experience is closer to what it’s like using a computer at home than other phones.

The map is showing my actual location, in the dog’s mouth. Haven’t really test it.

N900 music player. Quite amazing. I was fiddling with its internet radio last night. N900 has a FM transmitter too. Not yet try πŸ˜› I need to find enough songs and video to fill up its 32GB internal storage 1st..

That’s if for now. I will come back sharing more good times and bad moments with the N900. Have a great weekend beautiful people!

ps: Flying back to Miri tonight!! I can’t wait!

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14 Responses to “N900, just a little teaser…”

  1. Roslan Nazri wrote on Dec 11, 2009 at 2:47 pm

    smart seh handphone nih..how much ha??

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  2. HElarcius wrote on Dec 21, 2009 at 2:01 pm

    perlu berik balit ka hp tok kelak bong?

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  3. Ari wrote on Jan 15, 2010 at 9:48 pm

    Just got mine. I just happened to walk the corridors of Sg Wang, and they had it. I did not even pay much…
    But: Maxis can not set it up for 3G network. No internet, but with Wifi. Do you know of anybody to help!
    Will it work if I subscribe to Celcom instead…?

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    bongkersz Reply:

    @Ari, do a manual setting. Add the internet connection profiles by yourself. Key in the APN, password, refer to Maxis page. Google.

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    drewjon Reply:

    @Ari, how much do you pay for it? Is it original or china branch?

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    Ari Reply:

    @drewjon, How should I know. if it is a copy, i really respect the copier… The quality looks really good, runs smooth, says Made in Korea, receives the maemo update over air…
    The only issue is the setting for maxis…

    Paid some 2.5k

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  4. Ari wrote on Jan 16, 2010 at 4:51 pm

    Thanks, I trusted that maxis can do it. Cannot lah. I wish I knew the proper manual setting, but cannot find.

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    bongkersz Reply:

    @Ari, try this http://www.maxis.com.my/phonesettings/index.asp actually very simple, go to settings, connection, new profile and input the APN and password. Think the APN is unet, username is maxis, password is wap. Just google Maxis 3G settings, APN settings. Good luck.

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    Ari Reply:

    @bongkersz, I tied all that. will and still not work!
    I am just curious: does your Celcom work?

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    bongkersz Reply:

    @Ari, yes I manually set up my celcom. No problem. Hmm, can you try look under connection>apn control>option>deactivate restrictions>password 1234 cause i heard maxis got restriction something

  5. Ari wrote on Jan 16, 2010 at 11:15 pm

    Now i get into trouble: I do not find Connection, to look for apn ctrl..

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    bongkersz Reply:

    @Ari, check in ‘settings’. Look for connectivity/internet connection.

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  6. Eli wrote on Jan 30, 2010 at 7:59 pm

    Hi!!
    Just wanna ask..
    I’ve just bought N900..but fail setup the celcom 3g for internet connection..
    even called the celcom customer service..not helping..
    any advise?
    tq

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    bongkersz Reply:

    @Eli, look under the settings, connectivity, internet connection. Create a new internet profile there, with the APN = celcom3g password and user name leave it blank. Just that.

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