First unveiled in August, the Booklet 3G is a departure from Nokia's portfolio of phones and smartphones. With an Intel Atom Z530 processor, 10.1in display and Windows 7 Starter edition, the new device is in fact very similar to netbook products from PC vendors.
However, coming from Nokia, the Booklet 3G has 3G capability as standard, plus Wi-Fi, and has a claimed battery life of up to 12 hours - far in excess of that offered by typical netbooks. It also has built-in GPS and comes with Nokia's Ovi services.
The Booklet 3G is priced at £649 SIM-free. The system is also expected to be available with a 3G data plan, but a spokesperson told V3.co.uk that the company has no announcements to make so far regarding this.
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