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Nokia N900 Gets Another Video, Showcasing Maemo 5 and Multi-Tasking

Nokia N900 Gets Another Video, Showcasing Maemo 5 and Multi-Tasking

We're starting to really enjoy seeing these N900 videos. The first ones we saw were some pretty quick, albeit informative glimpses of what the N900 was; and then we got a quick taste of what the camera is capable of; and most recently a very loud (both audibly and visually) promotional video. This time around, we've got a clear-cut display of what we're looking at, and what we should expect when the N900 finally launches.

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Nokia N900 Maemo 5 Shown Off In Very Vibrant Video

Nokia N900 Maemo 5 Shown Off In Very Vibrant Video

Nokia World is coming. Did you get the memo? Or, should we say, Maemo? If you didn't, you probably still already know about it, considering "we've covered" already. And starting tomorrow, the news will start to take on a far more official standpoint. Not that the Nokia N900 isn't official, because it certainly is, but sometimes getting the information from the horse's mouth is a lot better. And who can say no to press events? We certainly can't. But just in case all those still images of the upcoming Rover weren't doing it for you, here's a video of Maemo 5, the User Interface (UI).

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Nokia N900’s Camera Gets Used — A lot

Nokia N900’s Camera Gets Used — A lot

Well, the Nokia N900 is official, and everyone is eagerly waiting to see if anything else gets outed about the device at this week's upcoming Nokia World. It looks like there are some extra things to be revealed though, and images from the camera are definitely high up on that list. With the device packing a 5 mega-pixel camera, there are many of us out there who are wanting to see what kind of quality gets produced. Now here's your chance.

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Nokia N900 and Maemo 5 get official [Video]

Nokia N900 and Maemo 5 get official [Video]

In the face of an early review and leaked press shots, Nokia have decided to officially announce the N900 together with its Maemo 5 OS.  Set to get their official unveil at Nokia World next week, the N900 packs HSPA, WiFi and 32GB of storage into a 3.5-inch WVGA resistive touchscreen device powered by an ARM Cortex-A8 with 1GB of RAM, while Maemo 5 supports desktop-style multitasking, Nokia Messaging and a new "cloud" UI.

Video demos after the cut

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Nokia N900 Rover Gets Official Snapshot

Nokia N900 Rover Gets Official Snapshot

There's been plenty of images of the Nokia N900, or Rover if you prefer, up until this moment in time, but most of them just seemed to lack that "official" flare. That kind of picture that we all look for, especially when it comes to the alternative "blurry" cam photos. And here we have the official photo of the Nokia internet tablet, which is slated to have an official release date next week, during Nokia World. But, here's the image we've been waiting for, minus a full keyboard, but it does show some awesome headphones.

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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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