It’s Official, Nokia today marked the next phase in the evolution of Maemo software with the new Nokia N900. Taking its cues from the world of desktop computing, the open source, Linux-based Maemo software delivers a PC-like experience on a handset-sized device.
There has has been many leaked images of the N900 of late, and most recently some official advertising shots too from a French Mobile site, but now, its Offical, and many Official photos of this great device can be found here, along with details of its spec, which include 32GB of internal memory, and a 5MP Carl Zeiss Options, not to mention the superb Maemo OS, which also brings new services, such as Ovi Chat.
Pricing for the N900 is €500 Euro’s plus taxes.
The Nokia N900 has evolved from Nokia’s previous generation of Internet Tablets and broadens the choice for technology enthusiasts who appreciate the ability to multitask and browse the internet like they would on their desktop computer.
Running on the new Maemo 5 software, the Nokia N900 empowers users to have dozens of application windows open and running simultaneously while taking full advantage of the cellular features, touch screen and QWERTY keyboard.