Only works in portrait mode for phone calls, no MMS, no app store and poor battery life. Sounds like another smartphone platform at launch, doesn't it?
Take a look at the reviews. The tech press reaction has been very positive despite what's missing. The iPhone has proven that what's important isn't supporting every feature under the sun, the important thing is making sure what's supported is easy to use.
It will be smashed in sales by Android phones which is what it will compete with.
Just like Symbian smashes the iPhone, huh? I wouldn't be surprised if the N900 outsells the top selling Android phone in 2010.
It is incompatible with AT&T but will work with T-Mobile.
It's incompatible with AT&T's 3G network but it'll do GSM/EDGE on AT&T just fine.
That enough or you want more?
I'd be interested to know if you've tried it and, if so, what your personal thoughts on it are.