Available in the UK via O2, Vodafone and Orange, the Maemo-based Nokia N900 reportedly has some hardware issues related to the microUSB charging port.
According to MobileNewsCWP, customers are reporting that the N900’s microUSB port can come away when the charging cable is disconnected, because the cable’s two prongs are too tight.
Nokia UK has acknowledged the issue, and declared that “a very limited amount of Nokia N900 devices” have it. Customers can contact their local Nokia customer care in case problems appear.
This is not the first time when UK customers aren’t happy with their Nokia smartphones. Apparently, Orange has permanently removed the N97 mini from its offering last month, because return rates have reached 20%.
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