Nokia has officially unveiled its latest touchscreen handset, the N900.
The flagship device, built on Nokia’s Linux-based OS Maemo 5, features a 3.5-inch screen that Nokia claims will deliever a PC-like experience on the handheld tablet.
The handset is Nokia’s first internet tablet to feature cellular connectivity as well as Wi-Fi.
“With Linux software, Mozilla-based browser technology and now cellular connectivity, the Nokia N900 delivers a powerful mobile experience,” said Anssi Vanjoki, Nokia’s executive vice president for markets.
Maemo 5 allows users to run dozens of applications simulataneously, while making a phone call at the same time.
The handset represents how Nokia is “fusing the power of the computer, the internet and the mobile phone,” Vanjoki said.
The N900 will launch in November at around £450.