No real surprise here – we flagged up that Nokia was upgrading its N800 a couple of weeks back. And sure enough, here it is as the Nokia N810.
The obvious change here is that slide-out QWERTY keyboard, making it easier to keep up with emails and browsing, courtesy of Nokia’s enhanced Wi-Fi support – more on that later. It also offers video calling via the integrated VGA camera and GPS using the built-in receiver (with an option to upgrade to Wayfinder’s voice-guided navigation).
Other features include up to 10GB of storage via memory card, 4.13-inch widescreen, a customisable user interface and a Mozilla based browser with Ajax and Adobe flash 9 – which means access to full YouTube.
It starts shipping mid November with an estimated retail price of £299 without a contract or heavily discounted with one no doubt.