Nokia Rover Preview

Nokia’s internet tablets are getting ready to make way for a new, smarter and from the looks of a it a much cooler device that is codenamed Rover or N900 (possibly). The device that reports are saying might be announced in June, which is just a few days away, is going to be a sleek device weighing in at approximately 180g with dimensions of 59.7mmx111mmx18.2mm.

The same reports are also talking about a few features that include a 3.5-inch touchscreen sporting an 800 x 480 pixel resolution (with an accelerometer) and even a 5 megapixel camera with a Carl Zeiss camera. The camera will have a sliding cover with dual-LEDs for a flash. It has support for Wi-Fi and could be equipped with GPS functionality as well. It would also feature 1GB of total virtual runtime memory (256MB physical RAM, 768MB virtual memory).

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Nokia seems to be moving from their Internet Tablet space towards a more full service mobile device rather than an upgrade to existing technology. The internet tablet was designed for a specific purpose and the mobile to serve another, but their integration could mean that the day of the Tablet may be at an end in favor of an all-in-one mobile handset, with designs becoming more compact with newer models. The ‘Rover’ honestly appears to be just a higher end N97-like cell phone and not an Internet tablet.