One of the hottest mobile sets in the mobile market globally is Nokia N900. The promptness of Nepalese mobile market is so quick that people can purchase latest gadgets in Kathmandu within few days, if not few hours, of the international release. Got NRs 52,500, Nokia N900 is yours – TechSansar’s review of Nokia N900 is here.
Nokia’s N900 mobile set is the latest model of Nokia company based on ARM Cortex-A8 processor with open sourced s/w Maemo 5- based on Linux and runs Mozilla Firefox well. Huge internal memory of 32 gigs can be accompanied with external MicroSD card having as much as 48 GB. But we wonder, Team TechSansar couldn’t find a 48 GB MicroSD card in Kathmandu. (Correction as it should be for Nokia N900: It has an internal memory of 32GB and is expandable with a 16GB MicroSD Card to make it a total of 48GB. The RAM and ROM capacity respectively is 256 MB and 768MB.)
Not much a camera phone, as is equipped with Carl Zeins 5 MP camera – a common feature in most high end mobile phone these day, but Nokia N900 is nicknamed the mini computer. Except for all high end applications that run in your latest laptop, N900 is capable of running many softwares (but are to be the versions designed for this model’s OS). But the panoramic screen is eye catcher, so is the playback of DVD quality or high definition (lesser one) multimedia content in N900’s internal memory.
In Kathmandu, you can buy Nokia’s N900 for Nepalese Rupees 52 thousand and 5 hundred and many other latest gadgets from NLIC City Center, Kamalpokhari and Tamrakar Complex, the house of mobile sets in New Road.