Nokia N900 Rover

Mobile website from Bulgeria got hold of pictures of the new Nokia N900 Rover, which might be launched during Nokia World event 2009 held in Europe.

rover1Rover runs on MAEMO, which is a linux flavoured OS. It is successor to Nokia’s tablets N800 & N810. The best thing about N900 Rover is that it has a sim slot, so you can double it up as phone. However, I doubt how many users will find it fashionable to use a huge piece of bar near their earpiece.

Rover also sports a 5 MP camera with Car Zeiss lens, has a TV output, a 3.5mm headphone jack and a massive  3.5-inch WVGA screen.


From the pictures, the keyboard looks like that of adopted from Nokia N97. With Rover, Nokia seems to be in spits on whom to target- the netbooks or smartphones users. Well it will be clear whether they are successful with the experiment when Nokia launches Nokia N900 Rover soon.

[via engadget]

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