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Nokia will release this year the successor of the Nokia Internet Tablet N810, called so far, the Nokia Internet Tablet N900 or Nokia Rover. The information was reported first by MobileCrunch and CellPassion.
The nice picture above has been created by LinuxUK.
Some data compared between N810, N97 and N900:
Dimensions (mm): 72x128x14, 55x117x16, 59.7x111x18.2
Weight (g): 226, 150, 180
Screen : 4.13″ 800x480 (WVGA), 3.5″ 640x360, 3.5″ 800×480 (WVGA)
The question now is, who is interested in this new Internet Tablet ? What's the advantage of the N900 compared with the N97, the next generation high-end mobile phone from Nokia ? Maemo versus S60 ? Will Nokia succeed this time in bringing the N900 to the market or will it stay a niche product for a happy few like it was for the 770, N800, N810 ? How will be the video experience on the smaller 3.5" screen (resolution is the same as the N810) ? What about the thickness of the device, 18mm is much more then the 14mm of the N810, isn't it. When will the N900 become available ? When will it become available in Europe ?
A nice, and much more complete article, about the question 'Where will a new Maemo device fit in today? can be read following the LinuxUK link.
Hope that I can use it to browse www.hongkongtourmap.com easily on the road.