Nokia N900 is surely the biggest technological bomb dropped by the Finns in the past years, specially thanks to the Maemo OS it runs and its cool interface. However, what this device lacks is support for multitouch and a capacitive touchscreen, but there’s hope for that too, once Maemo 6 arrives.



Turns out that Maemo 5’s follow-up will support both multitouch and capacitive screens and the Linux-based OS will be launch a year from now. I wonder what sort of hardware Maemo 6 will need to run on in order to look cool… Also, will this platform rival Microsoft Windows Mobile 7 and its neat features?

[via IntoMobile]

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