Mobile recycling customers advised on N900
19 November 2009 — 10:01 AM
Those looking forward to the launch of Nokia's latest smartphone may be more inclined to recycle mobile phones following the firm's latest announcement.
According to the Finnish manufacturer, there are a number of facilities that come with the device that have been designed to make it more like a portable computing solution.
Commenting on the launch of the handset in the US, vice-president of retail sales at the company Alessandro Lamanna explained the gadget addresses a consumer need for more versatility.
"The Nokia N900 ushers in a new era with a very powerful mobile computer," he said. "[It] has the information you're looking for right there waiting for you thanks to the ability to be connected just about anywhere."
It has been confirmed that the model will feature the Linux-based Maemo operating system and will come with a 32 GB storage capacity, 3G connectivity, a 3.5-inch touchscreen, full qwerty keyboard and five-megapixel camera.
Previously, Nokia's N97 device was hailed by its creator as "a true mobile computer" ahead of its release.
The N900 is strongly rumoured to have a November UK release, although this has yet to be confirmed.
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