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iPhone 3GS Vs Nokia N900

Monday, 18 January 2010

iPhone v N900 - How does Nokia's latest model compare to the market-leading iPhone?

Comparing the Nokia N900 and iPhone 3GS is a clash of giants. Both handsets are high end and expensive. The iPhone 3GS is twice as fast as the 3G, allowing you to launch applications, browse websites, take photos and open attachments at super quick speeds. It has a 3-megapixel camera with auto-focus and tap-top-focus, plus you can take and edit videos, but the N900 has a 5-megapixel camera with dual LED flash and a Carl Zeiss lens. It is clear that when it comes to mobile photography, the Nokia N900 is the winner.
iphone 3gs on vodafone
Nokia N900 v iPhone is a tougher choice when it comes to media. The iPhone lets you copy, cut and paste pictures and text from the web and between applications, and the spotlight search lets you search your emails, notes, calendar, contacts and iPod, plus it has a voice memo feature for audio recordings. The Nokia N900 has a 600 MHz processor and as much as 1GB of app memory, an operating system based on Linux, and 3D graphics. It comes with speedy broadband, WLAN and 3.5G connectivity, Quadband GSM with EDGE and GPRS, 10/2Mbps cellular and 54Mbps WiFi data transfers, a 3.5-inch touch-screen display and GPS.
Nokia n900 vodafone
When it comes to software features. The N900 doesn’t have iPhone’s Voice Control feature, which allows you to dial a number, call a contact or play a tune with a voice command. While they both have inbuilt GPS, I think it depends on which software you buy to use for the best sat-nav operation in a car. The iPhone 3GS is available with 16GB or 32GB of memory, whilst the N900’s has 32GB of internal storage memory is expandable to 48GB with a MicroSD card. The Nokia N900 is cheaper and has more storage space as standard. The iPhone has a wide-screen iPod, and you can download thousands of applications from the App shop. I think if you are going to use it as an iPod with iTunes and use the apps then the iPhone should be the winner, but the Nokia still has all the main features you need, maybe without the sometimes gimmicky apps. If you are going to be typing lots of emails or word processing then the slide out keyboard on the N900 will make it much easier.

So overall: iPhone v N900, the iPhone has more user-friendly features, while the N900 has massive memory and a better camera. The N900 is touted as a mobile computer, and certainly has the power to prove it, while the iPhone 3GS is more geared towards fun features and ease of use. They are both great mobile phones, it all depends on what you want from a mobile!

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View Nokia N900 on Vodafone
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By Keith Greywood at 11:46


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