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Fully-functional Android port for N900 threatens to beat N9 to market

Chris Ziegler
August 27, 2010
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The NITDroid project has been slogging along this year in an effort to get Android fully ported to Nokia's N900, and the progress has been promising so far -- but wouldn't it be nice if you could, you know, make calls? Looks like these guys are making some solid progress there with a new video showing both incoming and outgoing calls doing... well, something or another on the N900 side. Cellular data's coming along nicely, too, as you can see on the video after the break -- so here's the million-dollar question: when this is rock-solid and ready for prime time, are you jumping ship or sticking with Maemo?





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