iPhone does a good job at browsing. But the lack of Flash has put the popularity to the backstage. Nokia has been researching on new ways to innovate web browsing . They have worked around the traditional Opera Symbian browser and found their way to Mozilla’s Open source phone browser.
N900, integrates the open source browser with delicious gestures and smoothness to it. Of course, gestures are different from that of the iPhone, coz they are patented, but equally good on daily use. The browser features a Full-Flash instead of Mobile flash and probably it will find it’s way to Adobe Flash 10.1.
There are couple of new features like Browsing history which you cna get on swiping the finger across, horizontally. Watch the official Video:
On the other side,
The Screen has impressive resolution of 800 x 480, relatively compact dimensions for such a loaded phone. The touchscreen is resistive (which is bad) but better than N97. The screen gets scratchy on use with stylus, screen protector is recommended.
The best part: keyboard is small but very easy to type on, a major improvement over the N97’s.
The device is capable of holding 48GB of total memory.
the overall feel of a well-built device.