Nokia N800 Review
The Nokia N800 Tablet was officially made public by Nokia at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Jan. 8 year 2007; precisely one year after its original 770 Internet tablet started shipping. The nokia N800 OS runs on Linux software stack based mainly on open-source software which was maintained by the Nokia supported Maemo project. The N800’s Maemo-based Tablet Operating System 2007 which was compiled for ARM11 is not well-matched with the 770’sTablet OS. On the other hand, there is hundreds of open-source applications have been ported to both the settings with the majority o them hosted at the Maemo garage.
Nokia N800 Features
The mobile phone form factor of this Nokia N800 is bar shape. The mobile phone has a weight of 206 g; this makes the mobile phone a little bulky and heavy. On the dimension front the size of this mobile phone is approximately 144 X 75 X 13 mm. The battery provided in Nokia N800 is li-ion1500mAh that provides a talk-time of up to 3.5 hours.
Nokia N800 Specifications
The phone operates and supports at dual frequencies of GSM 900/1800 MHz. On the display front the Nokia N800 has 4.13 Inches screen, which supports 65k Colors with QVGA quality, and Internal High Resolution TFT screen Color Displays and a resolution of 480×800 pixels. This model of Nokia comes with camera of 03 Mega Pixels with Integrated VGA and with an image resolution of 640.0 X 480.0 Pixels along with digital zoom .The connectivity features of the Nokia N800 is not compatible with 3G networks. This handset Nokia N800 model has a support for Bluetooth V2.0. This Nokia N800 model also supports GPRS. This Nokia N800 supports EDGE. And also supports Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g along with Universal Plug And Play or UPnP Support of RM-156 only.
The Nokia N800 handset emerges to go further in sustaining multimedia entertainment, with stereo speakers and improved video playback, while adding many communication features like the video and voice conferencing from the get-go. The Nokia N800 handset boots Linux from 256MB of Flash and it has 128MB of RAM memory that is the twice that of its predecessor 770. In addition to all this the N800 adds a second SD card slot, with each slot supporting cards up to 2GB or 4GB. But the secondary slot’s has somewhat inconvenient position inside the battery compartment and appears as it was made for the use of hosting a swap partition.
The hand set has a FM radio support with Internet Radio, Internet Radio Play list and a M3U, PLS .The music system of the handset supports Music Formats like MP2/MP3/AAC/AMR/RA (RealAudio)/WAV/WMA. In addition to this, the Nokia N800 has a USB 2.0 interface, with audio Input/Output via a 1/8th-inch 3.5mm stereo mini-jack, and has built-in microphone with stereo speakers. There is also a VGA 640 x 480 resolution webcam on a rotating stalk which comes out from its left side. On the software front, the Nokia N800 is formed on a 2.6.18 Linux kernel. The graphics and windowing toolkit of this handset of Nokia is called as Hildon which is a version of GTK+ personalized for handhelds.