This Rover will fetch the internet for you
You may not be able to teach this Rover how to lie down and play dead, but the Nokia Rover (aka N-900 or the RX-51) did sit for some pictures. Equipped with a 3.5 inch resistive touchscreen with 400 x 800 pixel resolution. Internal memory is 32GB out of the box, and the device sports a 5MP Carl Zeiss camera with dual LED flash, AF and a sliding lens cover. Oh, and did we mention it will be powered by the Maemo OS? Rounding out the specs, Rover has a physical QWERTY keyboard and a ARM Cortex A8 processor with speeds of 600MHz up to 1GHz (similar to iPhone3GS and Palm Pre). This is expected to be the first in a line of Maemo powered devices for the Finnish manufacturer. No launch date or pricing info has been released yet. Rover, go fetch us our newspaper and slippers.
*Update*: As of now, it is not certain if this would be a handset or rather an Internet tablet device. We are looking forward to more details on the matter.