New Images could be of Nokia RX51 / Rover / N900

Posted on 08 August 2009, Last updated on 12 November 2019 by

If these images (twittered by Mark Guim but as yet, unpublished on the TheNokiaBlog that he runs) are real then it looks like the rumoured specifications of the Nokia Rover that Mobile Crunch wrote about in May are true too. The RX51 product code appears on the box and on the device and match the FCC filing we reported on earlier today. Sizings and details match up apart from the camera cover.

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Update: Images are sourced from Mobile Bulgaria. Click for more!

Rumoured specs go along these lines:

  • Dimensions: 59.7mmx111mmx18.2mm
  • Weight: 180g
  • 3.5? 800×480 (WVGA) touchscreen
  • OMAP3430 500/600 Mhz processor (same as Palm Pre Cortex A8 based)
  • 5.0 MP Carl Zeiss camera with dual-LED flash, autofocus, and sliding cover
  • 1GB total virtual runtime memory
  • Wi-Fi, HSPA, GPS, accelerometer

The camera, GPS and web-focused software will give Intel Moorestown based devices a close run. With the OMAP 3430 it should fly too.  Note the 3.5 inch screen. Some rumours indicate that this device will have voice capability. If so, is it just one of a range of Maemo 5 devices? Will Maemo drive the new high-end series of devices from Nokia. Will there be a higher-end version with a 5 inch screen and bigger battery?

Looks like the MID market is about to get a big shake-up!

Via Slashgear

9 Comments For This Post

  1. Steve 'Chippy' Paine says:

    New article: New Images could be of Nokia RX51 / Rover / N900 http://cli.gs/jseXW

  2. Sabin says:

    RT @chippy: New article: New Images could be of Nokia RX51 / Rover / N900 http://cli.gs/jseXW

  3. REMF says:

    Probably the first UMPC i have ever been seriously interested in owning.

    looks awesome.

  4. Kam says:

    Looking forward to this one. The N800 I used to have was one of my favorite devices.

  5. johnkzin says:

    There are some slight disappointments here (3 row qwerty, instead of 5, smaller screen than the N800/N810, data port on a short end, instead of on one of the long sides, no dpad on the face) … but over all, it’s great to see a maemo phone finally coming out! Can’t wait to hear the official release date.

  6. Stan says:

    Doesn’t seem really different than a regular phone(except that it’s heavy). What I liked about the original N800 was the bigger screen. This just seems small..It’s really nice but can’t be a n800/810 successor.

  7. Nokius says:

    more about the new Tablet –> http://ow.ly/jynu and http://ow.ly/jynG

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  9. Craig says:

    Want to get a new HP Slate, it looks brilliant!

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