Nokia N900: The Smartphone That Runs Linux-Based Maemo OS

We don’t talk see or hear nearly enough of it, but the Maemo smartphone platform is powerful, open source and performs on the Nokia N900 on a level that’s comparable to the experience you get with a desktop computer.

Maemo is backed up by a superscalar ARM Cortex-A8 processor to deliver a PC-like multitasking experience and a super-fast, fully interactive, Mozilla-powered browser that has to be seen to be appreciated.

You can also download heaps of great apps from the Ovi Store and the Maemo open-source communityMaemo Select, like Firefox, Qik, Twitter clients and games.

Find out more on Maemo and the Nokia N900 from Nokia’s website, or make a date with your nearest retailer and see it for yourself.


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