The 1,000 customers who had signed up for an opportunity to pre-order the Neonode N1 also received similar information in an e-mail from the company. Neonode declined to comment on when the the online store is expected to be operational, nor the expected availability of the N1.
Still, more information concerning the N1 continues to trickle out, including details posted on the Neonode developer forum by a company representative. Apparently, the upcoming smartphone will be powered by the very latest release of Windows CE .NET, v4.2, and will utilize a 220 MHz processor accompanied by 32 MB of RAM. Also, the price of the smartphone will alledgedly remain 520 EUR despite the delays experienced by the company.
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