Today, Nokia unveiled some details of the highly-speculated N900 Internet Tablet and it seems like a really impressive device. It’s got a 3.5 inch 800×480 touchscreen, 32GB internal storage (expandable up to 48GB with a microSD card), and a 5-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss lens. It’s also running on Maemo 5, the latest of the company’s Linux-based OS. Maemo 5 has a browser based on the Mozilla engine, full Flash support, and a feature that enables you to switch between apps, just like OS X’s Expose. Simply click on the dashboard, and all your apps will appear on screen for you to select. You can also copy and paste text from app to app.
Other features of the Nokia N900 include GPS, an FM trasnmitter, Bluetooth, TV Out, WiFi, and several bands – GSM Quad-Band 850, 900, 1800, 1900. WCDMA 900, 1700/2100, 2100. Incidentally, this is the first Nokia device with telephony support.
No news as to when the Nokia N900 will reach Philippine shores, but be prepared to pay a hefty price for it. It will be selling for €500 ($711 USD) in Europe and what with taxes and all, you can expect this device to cost more in the third world.