Smartphone review: Nokia N810 Internet Tablet WiMAX

Nokia's new N810 Internet Tablet offers the possibility to use WiMAX to access the Internet.

This article originally appeared on Brighthand.com.

Nokia's new N810 Internet Tablet offers the possibility to use WiMAX to access the Internet. It will also offer 2 GB of internal storage, a slide-out keyboard and a microSDHC slot for memory expansion.

Earlier this week, Nokia took the wraps off the N810 Internet Tablet WiMAX Edition, an upcoming Mobile Internet Device (MID) that will include 4G wireless networking technology. Nokia was demonstrating this model at the CTIA tradeshow this week, and Brighthand was there to record the event.

Overview of the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet WiMAX edition
As its name suggests, this upcoming device is nearly identical to the older N810, featuring internal GPS; 2 GB of internal storage; a 4.1 inch, WVGA screen; keyboard; Wi-Fi; and microSDHC slot for memory expansion.

Nokia so far has declined to state a specific price, but said that pricing would be "similar" to the current N810 Internet Tablet.

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