We're not sure what's going on here since Nokia has traditionally been tight-lipped about showing prototype devices and even placed a global embargo on all unreleased devices. But the ridiculously well-connected Eldar Murtazin has just given the rumored N900 tablet an exhaustive preview, with tons of screenshots, over at Mobile-review.
Here's what Eldar has to say. The N900 has a side-sliding QWERTY keyboard and an 800x480-pixel resistive touch screen. According to the man who let the cat out of the bag, the build quality is similar to the Nokia E75.
The device will also have a 5-megapixel camera with F2.8 lens, 32GB of onboard memory with a microSD card slot for up to 32GB (bringing the total capacity to a whopping 64GB), a micro-USB port, 1,320mAh battery, GPS and TV-out. But these details are not as interesting as the Maemo 5 software that the device is running on. Full run-down here.