There seems to be some news regarding MeeGo, the operating system developed by Nokia and Intel, using Maemo and Moblin. The FCC has approved a device called the Nokia RM-680, which sees a terminal operating system is installed MeeGo. What is the successor to the Unborn Nokia N9, N9-that is, the Nokia 2001.
It started off as a certainty: U.S. FCC approved Nokia has a new terminal which is called the Nokia RM-680, the first terminal ever to be born with the operating system MeeGo. At this point there could be a doubt after having seen the cancellation of the Nokia N9 (which would be the first of the Finnish smartphone with Meego), the rumors on a terminal that is called Nokia N9-01 (which could be a variant of the above but with a different operating system, as well WP7) and the quick release of the Nokia N950 (the successor of the Nokia N900 with OS Meego), this terminal may be one of these (under the code name), or we will have wait another device MeeGo?
For the rest of this Nokia RM-680 will have Bluetooth and Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n (in version 5 GHz) and of course to support the HSUPA and GSM networks. Another key thing there seems to be this time as support for a full physical QWERTY keyboard. The terminal should be available to developers for MeeGo conference to be held in San Francisco 23 to 25 May 2011 and then most likely already on the market from June 2011.