Following on from the news of the Nokia Booklet 3G, we've now been hit with what seems to be an official image of the Nokia N900 internet tablet, more spy shots of the N97 Mini, and an official announcement of the 5230 touchscreen phone, all within weeks of the Nokia World press conference. The Finnish phone giant has been working hard, it seems.
The N900, also known as the RX51, had been spotted in various spy shots, but now a French website has leaked what appears to be the first press-ready photo of the forthcoming internet tablet.
Also making its official debut is the affordable Nokia 5230, a candy bar touchscreen phone with a large emphasis on music, boasting the integrated Comes With Music service (for an extra charge) and battery life able to play back up to 33 hours of your favourite tunes.
Set for a Q4 release, the 5230 will also pack a 2MP camera, A-GPS, Ovi Maps with 3D landmarks, direct access to the Ovi Store and a new Contacts bar that'll let you see a complete history of emails, phone calls, photos and social media updates from up to 20 friends.
We're expected more on all of the above at Nokia World between 2-3 September, and we'll be there reporting back the latest as we get it. Be sure to keep it locked to Stuff.tv for the latest, and be sure to let us know what you think to all this Nokia goodness below.
Via: Unwired View