If your a little disappointed with Nokia using the Linux-based Maemo software but yearn for the Nokia N900 handset. You will be please to now that Android 2.2, codename: FroYo can be loaded on to the Nokia N900 handset with very few problems. Watch the video after the jump for more information.
The video shows FroYo running smoothly on the N900 with only the icons from the status bar curtain missing.
The Froyo release of Android brings significant speedups to the Android software, promising 2x-5x improvements for processing-intensive apps, plus faster loading of web pages. As well allowing you to use the phone as a shared Wi-Fi hotspot or tethered it to a laptop over USB.
Via Gizmodo Via Daily Mobile
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