Nokia’s N810, a Linux based is not a typical mobile phone. Its bundled with features which makes it in par with a mobile computer.

Yes and now this phone is also WiMax enabled to take advantage of new wide-area high-speed mobile WiMAX networks.

So you may ask me as to what the benefits are? Well the benefits of the device are in its Internet capabilities. WiMAX is effectively a cross between wifi and 3G, offering city-wide wireless broadband access without the need for a SIM card. WiMAX can be accessed from local hot spots.

A number of additional features further enhance the utility of the Nokia N810 WiMAX Edition. With built-in GPS, the Nokia N810 WiMAX Edition can easily transform itself into a fully featured personal navigation device, complete with real-time on-screen maps. An integrated media player and 2 GB of internal memory, expandable to a full 10 GB of memory with the addition of an optional microSD memory card, allows the Nokia N810 WiMAX Edition to store and play back a large library of music and video content. When not in range of a WiMAX network, the Nokia N810 WiMAX Edition can also access the Internet over Wi-Fi or via conventional cellular data networks by pairing to a compatible mobile phone via Bluetooth technology.

Also being introduced with the Nokia N810 WiMAX Edition is the newest Internet Tablet operating system. This new upgraded OS2008 introduces useful new features to the platform, including an enhanced e-mail client. The N810 supports a fixed 2.5GHz frequency and as it’s designed to work with the Sprint Nextel Xohm service is currently only available in the US.

The device should become available this summer, and although the exact pricing hasn’t been confirmed yet, it’s expected to be available for around $420.

Get your hands on one as soon as possible…