Saturday, 19 September 2009

Nokia's RX-51 / N900 Maemo 5 Tablet Preview Maemo 5, T-Mobile and HSPA Support With Voice

If the FCC approval wasn't enough for you, the much hyped Nokia Tablet
has surfaced with much more concrete evidences of its existence. It
looks like Nokia's RX-51 tablet is still doing the rounds on the web,
codenamed as Nokia N900 Rover.

There is no change to what we learned before, there's a resistive
3.5-inch touchscreen display that does 800 x 480 resolutions, is HSPA
and Wi-Fi enabled, features a a 5 megapixel camera and should pack 32 GB
of internal storage to store all that you click. Rumors have it that it
runs Maemo, the Nokia open source platform that will make you forget its
Symbian OS, hence why the name Maemo Tablet still makes a lot of sense.

As for who'll get their hands on it, given the connectivity support with
which the device cleared the FCC approval, the same rumors talk about
T-Mobile as the carrier to sell the new Nokia Maemo tablet. This thing
is hot, but all we can do for now is to wait for more info.

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