nokia booklet keyboardIf those images of the upcoming Nokia Booklet 3G released this morning looked a little shiny and photoshopped, Reuters has proof that the device is real. A Reuters photographer has snapped a few photos of the netbook in real world settings, including the one shown above.

There’s still a lot we don’t know about the laptop. For instance, it’s described as having an Intel Atom processor, but it’s not clear if we’re talking about a low power Intel Atom Z520 CPU, a more common Atom N270, or an upcoming Atom Pine Trail processor. The fact that the netbook has an HDMI output sort of rules out the Atom N270 unless there’s also a dedicated graphics processor. But we won’t know all the details until the Nokia World event on September 2nd.

Update: A Nokia spokesperson confirmed to All About Symbian that the Booklet 3G will have a 1.6GHz Intel Atom Z530 processor.

via SlashGear

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14 replies on “A closer look at the Nokia Booklet 3G – photos”

    1. Oh, my bad. They’re up close to the fingerprint magnet of a screen.

  1. The CPU is supposed to be a Z530 – according to (the article you linked to in your previous post) and other sources.

    1. I’m pretty sure that Nokia hasn’t actually announced the processor.
      I’ve had at least one conversation with another blogger who had
      published a guess about the CPU… which I know several other sites
      picked up before he changed the article.

      I’m not sure whether All About Symbian is basing the information on an
      official source or if they’re just assuming it will be a Z530.

      1. Of course it could be just a guess. It’s pretty clear that the Z-series is the most likely CPU-choice (the N270/N280 would need dedicated graphics -> no way to reach the promised battery life, and Pine Trail is not supposed to ship soon). But why would somebody “guess” a specific Z-CPU like the Z530, it could as likely be a Z520 or Z540…

        Well, we will know soon enough.

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