By Chuong Nguyen | April 1, 2010 10:23 PM
It seems that the MeeGo-based successor to the Maemo-sporting Nokia N900 may be called the N9. An outline of the device, along with a semi-detailed label, leads some to speculate that this device may in fact be the successor to the N900. The device will sport 64 GB of internal storage memory–up from 32 GB internal from the N900 (the N900 also supported a micro SDHC slot for an additional 32 GB of removable storage)–and the RX tag on the label is usually reserved for tablets. Also rumored is a capacitive touchscreen for the N900, which made its debut on the Nokia X6, a change from the resistive technology that was employed on all touchscreen handsets prior.
(via: Nokia Mobile Blog)