Nokia N920 4.13" capacitive, super slim keyboardless mobile computer?

| October 16, 2009 | Reply

We know that the successor of the Nokia N900 will have both capacitive screen and multitouch; finally getting somewhat closer to the iPhone in terms of slick screen interaction.

Well the N900’s successor maybe more iPhone-like that we would have guessed. Well if we believe rumours that is…

Check out below of what looks like a cross between an iPhone but slapped with a Nokia 770/N800’s screen (running the old OS 2007). I reckon if you could blow up the stories they’d be rss links to something way back in 07.


VIA IMOBILE365. Not real, though I'd be happy to be wrong.

If Nokia did make a slim, powerful, keyboard-less, capacitive Maemo 6 phone with 4.13 screen (and possibly improved imaging) they maybe onto a big winner.

It would have been great if this was an ACTUAL spy pic as claimed. China clones, though sometimes botching things up to look nothing like the original, must (at times) have a starting point somewhere, right?

Like the now known 7705 – this was cloned in china as the E81 way before the 7705 twist’s release. Whilst the 7705 were in factory production, someone stole one and copied it.

N800 with OS 07 – ( ah memories! From a really old review of mine on mobileburnforums!)

VIA "First Impressions of Nokia's Latest Internet Tablet"

Finally – here’s my post on the “N920”. That post was meant to be about a keyboard configuration, that’s all. The N920 name was just something to refer to it.

"n920" and N97


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Category: Fakes, Nokia, Nseries

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