We return to the Nokia RX-51 also known as the Rover with some additional information and images.
The Nokia Rover Internet Tablet comes with a three-row QWERTY keypad and is powered by an ARM cortex A8 600 MHz up to 1GHz processor. The device comes with a 3.5 inch resistive touchscreen boasting 800 x 480 pixel resolution.
The device also includes a 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, dual-LED flash, auto-focus and sliding cover. In the same time the handset sports a microSDHC memory card enabling users to expand the 32 GB of internal memory with additional storage space, writes Softpedia.
The Nokia Rover Internet Tablet, comes with WiFi connectivity, Bluetooth with A2DP capability as well as FM transmitter, GPS receiver and support for quad-band GSM/ GPRS/ EDGE and WCDMA support.
The Rover was recently approved by the FCC and it seems that it will become available at T-Mobile for a yet undisclosed price tag.