A new Nokia smartphone, dubbed the N900, that builds on the advances made by the N97 has been sighted online.
Unearthed by TrustedReviews, the N900 features the slider form factor and QWERTY keyboard that was utilized by the N97 but differs through the use of the Linux/Maemo 5 operating system.
The new mobile phone also boasts an improved touchscreen user interface which the site claims delivers “smooth transitions and decent reaction time".
Other features of the N900 include an ARM Cortex A-8 chipset, a five megapixel camera with a Carl Zeiss lens, HSDPA support for fast downloads, GPS and 32GB of onboard memory.
Nokia has yet to confirm when the N900 will be released but it is thought to be some way in the future given that the N97 only hit stores a matter of months ago.
Available now from Top 10 Mobile Phones, the N97 is the Finnish phone manufacturer’s flagship handset for 2009 and is widely regarded as one of the best Nseries phones ever made.
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