Nokia are continuing the roll out of their N900 around the world, and India looks like the next country to receive the handset. Fone Arena has been sent details of an upcoming launch as Nokia try and convert everyone into Maemo 5 OS fans.
It looks like the handset will be in short supply at launch, so to be one of the first people to get a N900 it is suggested you reserve one soon. It is claimed the price to the dealer will be around Rs.25,000, but the price for the actual consumer could be as much as Rs.28,000.
The N900 comes with 32GB of memory and ARM cortex-A8 processor. It has a new 3.5-inch touch screen, and a lovely QWERTY keyboard. Future devices might be using the MeeGo OS, so the N900 could be the only one with the Maemo 5 OS. For a full review of the Nokia N900 click here.
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