It’s been weeks since we first spotted this handheld, but we didn’t know back then what was it. Then we learned that this is the Nokia RX-51 tablet, now it’s official and it’s definitely going to be called Nokia N900. Everything is clear now, and the puzzle is solved. The Nokia N900 is an Internet tablet powered by the Maemo 5 platform, ARM Cortex-A8 processor, 1GB of application memory, 3.5″ WVGA 800 x 480 resistive touchscreen, and 32GB of internal storage expandable to 48GB thanks to a microSD card slot.
The Maemo 5 platform looks great, but we will hear more at the Nokia World conference next week in Stuttgart, Germany. The Nokia N900 also features GPS/AGPS, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, 3.5G, quadband GSM/GPRS.EDGE, tri-band UMTS/HSPA, FM transmitter, TV-out, 5-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss lens and dual-LED flash, OpenGL ES 2.0 graphics support, Adobe Flash 9.4 support, full HTML browser, and full-screen browsing.
I hope that you didn’t think the spec list is over. It seems like this beauty is coming packed with everything. The Nokia N900 will also offer a sliding QWERTY keyboard, Nokia OVI Maps, 1320mAh removable battery, and video recording capabilities amongst many others.
I don’t know about you, but I am really impressed about this tablet. Seriously. Too bad I hate sliders, physical QWERTYs, and T-Mobile cause this is where the N900 is going. Although Nokia didn’t make it official yet, thanks to the tri-band UMTS/HSPA we can only think that the tablet will be available for T-Mobile subscribers in October for a price of €500 or $715.
More info can be found here and remember to check out the videos and the screenshots below!
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