HELSINKI (Reuters) - Top cellphone maker Nokia said on Friday its flagship N900 phone will start selling in November, a month later than originally scheduled, as the company awaits feedback from developers.
The N900 -- seen as key for Nokia’s future in the high-end of the market -- is the company’s first phone running on Linux software.
It will come with a touch screen and a slide-out keyboard, and will retail for around 500 euros ($750), excluding subsidies and taxes.
Reporting by Eva Lamppu; Editing by Dan Lalor
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