Nokia announced its new Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) the “N900,” a successor to the N810. With N900, Nokia has resolved some issues which prevented MIDs from breaking through: First it now contains a WiMAX, quad-band GSM, HSPA cellular radios, can be used as a phone. Secodly, the resolution is 800 x 400 of 3.5" screen size. Finally, the N900 is expected to sell for $711, and carries a 600 MHz processor, 256 MB RAM and 32 GB of storage. About the “Maemo,” Nokia's Linux-based tablet OS which the N900 runs, Anssi Vanjoki of said, "What we’ve with Maemo’s something that’s fusing the power of the computer, the Internet, and the mobile phone, and it’s great to see that it’s evolving in exciting ways."
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