Official photos of the Nokia N900 have been unearthed online, as the Finnish company looks to see off challenges from rival smartphones.
The pictures, which leaked today, show the successor to Nokia’s N97 phone in calling mode, making it hard to glean much new information about the N900.
However, they do appear to confirm earlier reports that the mobile will be home to a 3.5-inch touchscreen display, slider form factor and a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
It is thought that Nokia will announce plans for the N900 at the Nokia World industry expo in Stuttgart next week.
Industry experts expect that the N900 will be launched in time for Christmas and will sell for around £500 when bought outright.
The N900 will be the first Nokia phone to use the Linux Maemo operating system which had hitherto been employed exclusively on the company’s Internet Tablet range and will feature an improved touchscreen interface.
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