Nokia Conversations published an article this week that followed up on its praise of the upcoming N900 model – which pointed out the fact that the more you use it, the better it gets.
It was noted the handset boasts an autofill facility that takes the tedium out of repeatedly filling in online forms, while the integrated browser allows keywords to be searched in the URL bar.
The article added: “It knows what you’ve done and instead of bringing up an error page, it performs a handy Google search and delivers a page of relevant results … that makes browsing even easier.”
In addition, the N900 comes with a range of audio that it is claimed give it more character, like one that signifies a low battery and another that it makes when plugged in for a recharge.
The new Nokia is a touchscreen-enabled, slide-out qwerty keypad-equipped smartphone that is thought to be coming to stores next month, although no official release has been confirmed.
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