From the wilds of the Indonesian jungle message boards come these new shots of a mysterious Nokia tablet (or MID, or large phone) with a sliding QWERTY, labelled RX-5.
The RX-5 is packing a 5-megapixel Carl Zeiss camera, a full QWERTY in the style of the N97 or Sony's XPERIA series, and a bunch of other interesting features:
* Screen resolution of 800 by 480 pixels.
* Support for both Chambers. The most advanced auto could count, flash, and a resolution of 2608 by 1966 pixels, about 5 megapixels The most advanced auto could count, flash, and a resolution of 2608 by 1966 pixels, about 5 megapixels
* FM transmitter and receiver
* WiFi b and g standards under
* Internal Memory 128 megabytes DDR manufactured by Samsung
* Keyboard is similar to the N810, with a few extra keys * Keyboard is similar to the N810, with a few extra keys
* Chipset OMAP3 ARM Texas Instruments, with support for frequency scaling
* Linux Operating System based on Maema 5
Looks interesting, but we're not sure it'll help drag Nokia out of their design rut. Frankly, we'd be a lot more excited about a revamped Symbian than another new slider, but we'll take what we can get. [Kaskus Forums via Engadget]