The N900 codenamed Rover aka RX-51 seems to be getting a lot of attention due to the platform on which the phone is built – Maemo Linux. We have seen tons of pics of the N900 and package. Now a site named BeGeek has got it hands on the first official press pic of the phone which is most likely to be announced at Nokia World 2009
This time we bring you lots of pictures again but with lot more of information. Eldar Murtazin and his team over at Mobile Review have managed to get their hands on the Nokia Rover (RX-51) which will be commonly known as the Nokia N900. Its is the direct successor to the N810 and successor to the N800 and 770 Internet Tablets.
Here are some of the features of the Nokia N900 confirmed by Eldar:
ARM Cortex-A8 CPU
5 Megapixel Camera with Autofocs, Dual LED flash and lens cover
Maemo Linux OS
32GB Internal Memory, Hot Swap micro-SD Card Slot upto 32GB
1320maH BL-5J Battery
micro-USB port, 3.5mm Jack
This is just a preview of what Nokia is going to announce at Nokia World on September 2-3. Another important thing is that there are rumors that Nokia has decided to change it’s platform from Symbian S60 to Maemo (Linux Based). But Nokia has confirmed its love story with Symbian will continue. Maemo is just being offered as another offering .