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Nokia RX-51 N900 Rover Gets an Unofficial Prerelease Review

Nokia RX-51 N900 Rover Gets an Unofficial Prerelease Review

As we just mentioned earlier today, Nokia is set to announce their RX-51, N900 Rover in just a couple weeks at Nokia World, but the guys over at Mobile Review got a prerelease model and took some time to play with it.  They aren't giving a lot of information out yet, considering they have a lot of respect for Nokia, and even mentioned that if there hadn't been so many leaks regarding the device, we wouldn't be seeing any kind of review from them. Luckily for all of us though, they did it, and they have the pictures to prove it.

Nokia’s RX-51 Shows Up Again

Nokia’s RX-51 Shows Up Again

When we brought you news about Nokia's upcoming tablet, the rumors were still swirling about its existence. Of course, the fact that the device had cleared the FCC was a pretty good sign that it was coming out, and now we've got another image to show off. On the information front, nothing has changed. The RX-51 is still the N900 Rover when it comes to code names, and it's still running Maemo, Nokia's open-source platform. So if you want to see some color on this upcoming piece of tech, head on over the break.

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Nokia Internet Tablet caught in wild, passes FCC: 3G, QWERTY and 5MP camera

Nokia Internet Tablet caught in wild, passes FCC: 3G, QWERTY and 5MP camera

Could this be Nokia's upcoming Internet Tablet?  Having heard little about the likely Maemo powered refresh from the company for a couple of months now, both the image you see here (more after the cut) and an FCC filing have appeared in short succession.  Both the device, and the FCC diagram, seem to match the leaked image of what was called the N900 "Rover" Internet Tablet from May.

More live images after the cut

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Nokia N900 Rover Internet Tablet details leak

Nokia N900 Rover Internet Tablet details leak

Details of Nokia's next-gen Internet Tablet have leaked, suggesting that the Finnish company have moved away from positioning the platform as a companion device and now perceive it more as a smartphone.  According to leaked specifications, the Nokia N900 or "Nokia Rover" now has quadband GSM and 3G HSPA, in addition to the WiFi and Bluetooth of the previous-gen models.  It also sheds some screen-size, scaling down to a 3.5-inch 800 x 480 touchscreen (from 4-inches) though as this leaked image suggests the overall design is very similar to that of the N810.

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