With just weeks to go until the launch of the Nokia N97 what appears to be a successor to Nokia’s flagship phone for 2009 have leaked online.
First sighted by TechCrunch.com, which was tipped off by a “Nokia insider”, the previously unannounced device appears to incorporate elements of both the N810 internet tablet and the forthcoming N97.
The site claims that the phone, which has the working titles of the N900 and the Maemo Flagship, is due to arrive in October this year and will feature with a five megapixel camera, a tablet form factor and a full slide-out Qwerty keyboard.
Like the N97, the N900 is also reportedly equipped with 32BG of onboard memory, with scope to boost this up to 16GB by adding a microSD card.
Details of the new mobile phone have emerged as Nokia is preparing for the imminent launch of the N97, which is due for official release on June 26th.
However, consumers will be able to pre-order the Ovi-store compatible handset through Top 10 Mobile Phones from June 12th.
The phone will be available through a range of UK mobile phone networks, including O2 and Vodafone, which is to bundle the handset with free Nokia MD-8 speakers when customers take out an 18-month contract for £40 per month.