Software update for Nokia N900
14 January 2010 — 11:58 AM
A range of improvements are on offer for owners of the Nokia N900 handset from today (January 14th), the mobile phone manufacturer has announced.
Consumers may want to consider receiving cash for their old mobile phone in order to make an upgrade.
Ovi Maps on the handset has been updated, with changes made to route calculation and improved search performance being introduced.
Full support will also be provided for the Swiss keymat variant with virtual keyboard layouts supporting a combination of Italian, English and German characters.
The handset should also now be fully compatible with SIM cards from the 3 network as a small number of cards had previously proved to be problematic.
Consumers across the world can begin to take advantage of the updates within the next 24 hours.
Nokia has recently revealed that its Ovi Store is now live for users of its Nokia N900 phone, enabling them to take advantage of a range of games and apps.
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