We first saw the spyshots back in July and now Nokia has just made the N810 Internet Tablet official. It seems the N810 will be a nice upgrade over the current N800. The N810 features a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard that appears to be very similar some smartphones and also has GPS included, two features that were missed on the N800.
The Nokia N810 features:
- 4.13-inch (800×480 resolution)
- 2GB internal storage
- Additional storage with support up to 10GB
- Bluetooth headset support
- Integrated VGA camera
- Integrated GPS receiver with pre-loaded maps and option to upgrade to Wayfinder’s voice-guided navigation
- Mozilla based browser with Ajax and Adobe flash 9
- Powered by maemo Linux based OS2008
The Nokia N810 is expected to start shipping in mid November and will retail for $479. In addition to the new N810, Nokia has announced that the previous N800 will be able to update to the new maemo Linux based OS2008.