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Nokia’s successor of N800 due very, very soon

Although no concrete press release or official news from Nokia is here (yet), more pictures of the long awaited N800 have emerged. Thanks to Internet Tablet Talk for the pics. The device is supposedly going to be known as the N810 and looks very similar to the N800, apart from one major difference in form factor, it is a slider. Nokia seem to have grown a passion for slider devices recently, what with the N95 range and the N81, they have turned their interest for sliders from phones to internet tablets. Here are a few pics of the device, thanks to Internet Tablet Talk:  Now, although the device is rumored to be a Internet tablet only, it does appear to have some common features of a mobile phone. For instance, the front facing camera, which is common on 3G phones like the N95 etc, and it appears to have a earpiece speaker which is interesting. However, saying this, it could well be that they are just for VOIP and Video calling over instant message programs like MSN and AIM, over wifi. I don’t own an N800 at the moment, but I know that Jay does and he loves it, so lets hope this is something that will be just as good, if not better then the N800, and hopefully I will be able to get my hands on one after launch. The WOM world team are in San Fransisco with Thoughtfix from The Tablet Blog, Reggie from Internet Tablet Talk and Jonathan Greene from Atmospheric Endeavours, all of whom I met in LA and are really nice people. They are at the Web 2.0 summit, and the N810 is set to be announced there within the next couple of days. Watch this space, its about to be very interesting….

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  1. October 18, 2007 at 11:43 pm

    What a device – I love the slider. In fact, the design is just first class.

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