After receiving FCC’s approval, it is clear that Nokia will officially unveil its latest smart device Nokia Rover within a few months. T-mobile will be the first official carrier of this upcoming Nokia device. Nokia N900 Rover is equipped with a number of exciting features. From its specifications, Nokia N900 seems to be the upgraded version of Nokia N810 Internet Tablet. This impressive Nokia device will not only be a smartphone, but you can expect to find several netbook-like features on this Nokia internet tablet. It will also be the first Nokia device to run on Maemo 5 operating system.
Nokia N900 Rover features
Nokia N900 will run on Maemo 5 platform. Maemo 5 is the latest operating system developed by Nokia. The user interface is designed to run 3D graphics on WVGA display. It will be powered by OMAP3430 500/600 MHz processor. You can expect to get 1GB virtual runtime memory from this smartphone. The 32GB internal memory of the phone will offer users abundant storage space. Users can further expand external storage space with the help of microSD memory card.
Nokia Rover will flaunt a 3.5-inch touchscreen WVGA display, which will support images of 800 x 480-pixel resolution. The accelerometer fitted to the display will allow users to switch between portrait and landscape views. To ease the typing process, Nokia N900 Rover features a slide out full QWERTY keyboard.
Rover will run on quad band GSM, GRPS, EDGE, and tri band WCDMA networks. It will support Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity. Nokia N900 also has a FM radio. It will have integrated GPS, which, with the navigational service of its official carrier, will help users to locate their destinations. The in-built 5-megapixel camera of Nokia N900 Rover is equipped with Carl Zeiss lens, auto focus, dual-LED flash and sliding cover. This internet tablet will support VoIP. Nokia N900 will be preloaded with Firefox 3 and it will support Flash 9.4. Nokia Rover has a sleek body measuring 111mm (height) x 59.7mm (width) x 18.2mm (depth) and weighing 180gram.