The open source platform Maemo has returned to town after last being seen in Nokia's N900, this time spied in a video review of the Optima OP5-E.
It's zappier than we thought it'd be, considering the Chinese/Australian Optima hasn't done much to warrant our attention so far. The tester puts the OP5-E through its paces nicely, even showing us the ease of use when watching DivX files—demoing a shooty scene from Lie To Me, set in Afghanistan. Nice.
For now, it looks like this MID will be distributed solely in China, but Optima is obviously keen to get the OP5-E out to the rest of the world. With Nokia only releasing one Maemo device next year, Optima might just have a chance. [ARM Devices via Engadget]

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