After making phones for the better part the last decade, Nokia unveiled recently its “mini-laptop”–the company’s first foray into netbook-making. Although it refuses to call this new device a netbook, it does have all the features of a netbook and a cellphone.
The Nokia Booklet 3G has a 10.1-inch screen, Atom processor, an HDMI port, webcam, Bluetooth connectivity and an SD card reader. It also has a 3G radio in HDSPA form and a swappable SIM card slot. The Nokia Booklet 3G includes, more specifically, a GPS connectivity (c/o of a WiFi triangulation that can be hooked up to Ovi Maps.
Nokia has yet to release the final details on the Nokia Booklet 3G, but price will be made known in September 2, so do watch out for it.