Now that the Nokia RX-51 Tablet is official we should tell you more about it. Even if it wasn’t officially unveiled by Nokia, the tablet has already been reviewed and you can learn everything about the device. There are a bunch of screenshots included by Mobile-review and we know for sure that you’ll be impressed by this device.
According to Eldar Murtazin the Nokia RX-51 Tablet is also called N900, a fact that we’ve been expecting for quite a long time. There were numerous reports that Nokia will release a Maemo 5-based Internet tablet that would be called N900. After we’re seen the FCC leaks which showed Nokia passing by something that looked like a tablet and called RX-51 then we knew that this was the device.
Codenamed Nokia Rover, the tablet comes packed with a resistive touchscreen, Maemo 5 platform, ARM Cortex-A8 CPU and 32GB of internal memory, microSD card slot, TV-out, microUSB jack, 1320mAh battery, and sliding QWERTY keyboard.
Read the Nokia RX-51 / N900 Rover Tablet review here.
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