Nokia N900 gets Google Chrome download

Nokia N900 gets Google Chrome download

Looks like the Nokia N900 is now able to handle Google Chrome, aka Chromium, although this is not an official port by Google so proceed with caution. This version is based on Debian 32-bit release, and those who have given it a go did not really run into major problems, as it features a pretty smooth operation with Flash content support. Despite the efforts of Jacekowski, this port still comes with its fair share of minor bugs, but then again that is to be expected. Want to know more about the beast known as the Nokia N900? Why not check out our previous review? Check out the video in the extended post.

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