The new Nokia N97 mini brings us a slimmer, slicker and fresher version of the latest flagship, the Nokia N97. The N97 mini features the same tilting slide mechanism on a more compact 3.2″ widescreen display, an enhanced QWERTY keyboard with better situated directional keys, 8GB of built in storage and a 5MP Carl Zeiss Lens without the self harming lens cover.
Nokia’s aquisition of the Atom CPU had risen much speculation about their future plans and whether they were heading for the netbook market. Earlier this week Nokia announced the new Nokia Booklet 3G, and officially showcased it at Nokia World in Stuttgart yesterday. Powered by the efficient Intel Atom processor, the Nokia Booklet 3G delivers impressive performance with up to 12 hours of battery life, enabling people to leave their power cable behind and still be connected and productive. Delivering the rich experience of a full-function PC inside an ultra-portable aluminum chassis, the new mini-laptop weighs 1.25 kilograms, measures slightly more than two centimeters thin, and has the features one would expect from the world’s leading mobile device manufacturer. A broad range of connectivity options – including 3G/ HSPA and Wi-Fi – gives consumers high speed access to the Internet, including Nokia’s broad suite of Ovi services, and allows them to make the most of every moment and every opportunity.
If the recent announcement of the new Nokia N900 hasn’t got you excited enough, then just take a look at this Maemo 5 promo video… You can’t help but want one!
Maemo is a Linux based operating system designed to run on future Nokia devices. It will focus more on the high end bunch and coexist with Symbian. Symbian S60 5th Edition is Nokia’s touch based user interface, and it seams that Nokia have vigorously experimented it’s solutions on it in order to create the new success story.
Nokia has officially released the new Nokia N900 Mobile Computer just days before Nokia World 2009. 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 PC. The Nokia N900 is what many people have been waiting for and may just be exactly what Nokia need to come up to par with the likes of the Apple’s iPhone.