All the smartphones mentioned above were purchased this year just trying to find a smartphone that I can use with my vision. Now I am excited about the N900 and those similar to come. I just hope Maemo5 will be more intuitive than the S60 V5 o/s. It is indeed powerful but too bad it isn't customizable like my desktop and laptop running Windows XP. I hate the iphone since they lock it up and put apps I don't need and will never use, (and I can't get rid of). Let me have a smartphone/computer that I can put what icons "I" want on the home screen and have only the programs/apps I use. That and a High Definition display just like my Nokia 5800 with a larger screen and virtual buttons I can see to use then you will have a starter for the visually impaired. Personally I don't need a whole lot of apps or programs due to my vision (or lack thereof) probably way less than a person with healthy eyes would need or want. Our needs will always be less than someone else's wants, lol.
This may sound like complaining but it isn't. I truly believe Nokia has come onto something in attempting to address people such as myself and those that are already blind. We have been neglected in this world of mobile phone/computing. It does my heart good to see Nokia take the lead. The iphone fits my hand nicely, I wouldn't mind more bulk if it was more powerful and more computer like. The screen size is about right on the iphone. If it had the screen resolution of the 5800 Xpress Music, a great camera, a few common apps, connectivity, and great sound quality, OH YEAH!! Again very nice try Nokia, I know you can do it and Thank You for trying.