Nokia N900 brings 3G to tablets of the Finnish manufacturer
That Nokia is working on a new model of its Internet tablets should not surprise us. It is evident that if they continue working with Maemo, the operating system on which they operate, it is because they intend to continue evolving in this field.
Although the name of the following model has not yet been confirmed, Nokia N900 It is one of the possible alternatives, according to rumors. These place the new terminal as a mixture of ultraportable and mobile phone, the latter something that should not surprise us after the presentation of "ofono": https: //www.xataka.com/others/ofono-que-andan-preparando-nokia -e-intel.
He Nokia N900 we could place it one step above the N97, with a similar format, although without the tilting screen. This would be 3.5 inches and would offer a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels. And if the previous ones depended on Wi-Fi to connect to the Internet, this includes 3G connectivity compatible with HSPA.
The processor would be an OMAP3430 at 600 Mhz, accompanied by 256 MB of physical RAM (1 GB of virtual memory) and an internal storage capacity of 32 GB, expandable up to 48 GB with memory cards. The accompanying camera has a 5 megapixel sensor, with a dual LED flash, autofocus and a protective cover. He Nokia N900 It would also have a GPS receiver.
With 3G connectivity, it is logical that it comes from an operator, that offers a convenient data rate. Apparently, T-Mobile has managed to keep it in the countries where it is present, launching it in July of this year, while it would reach the rest of European countries in October.