Author: Gianni Anthony Greco

It maybe still termed as a mobile phone, but the Nokia N97 manages to blur our idea of what a mobile actually is and fits somewhere between being a smartphone and laptop. The Nokia N97 is a product built on a foundation of rock solid mobile principles, Nokia innovations, and tangible new technologies, pushed to the extreme and embodied in a slimline pocket shell. Just as the original N95 re-shaped our perceptions of what's possible with a mobile phonedevice, the N97 again raises the bar again. They have equipped us with a product that fuses the best proven Nokia hardware, software and Internet services, blended with a new flavour of design, ergonomics and usability.

The most physically immediate stand-out feature of the N97 is its kick-out full QWERTY keyboard, hidden behind a 3.5-inch widescreen 16:9 touch display that tilts smartly above the keys. Both control methods neatly live togther as one and are tailored to ensure every experience, be it messaging, social, entertainment-focussed or otherwise, are manageable via the most instinctive physical toolset available. The N97 touchscreen promises to be exploited to full effect, even when inactive, courtesy of a new homescreen that automatically bring in live information via custom widgets sat on a S60 5th Edition backbone.

The Nokia N97 Mobile Phone enters the market boasting a massive 32GB of on-board storage, double that of any mobile device currently in existence. This can be topped up with another 16GB via microSD, enabling it to become a portable multi-media computer with 48GB in your pocket. Of course Nokia wants you to abuse this space with music, movies, photos and N-Gage games, and as such has worked hard to ensure the N97's battery is up to the task - it promises to kick out up to 37 hours of music and 4.5 hours of video. Embracing location based services and the concept of context awareness, the N97 is location-savvy, automatically sensing where it is at any given time via A-GPS. The benefit being that you'll be able to tap into local services with ease and share your social location with friends minus any extra fiddling or fuss.

Other functions and features of the new Nokia N97 mobile phone include the great 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss Tessar lens and dual LED flash. Aswell as GPS, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, USB 2.0, stereo Bluetooth and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The key features are listed below in more depth are:

Nokia Maps: Nokia Maps Brings the world to your N97. See maps for over 150 countries and search for addresses, points of interest, or landmarks around the globe. Go deeper and find addresses, phone numbers and other details for available destinations, and let the N97 plan your journey from A to B.

Carl Zeiss Optics: Carl Zeiss is a world leader in high quality camera lenses, and is fitted into any serious camera phone contender. These state of the art Carl Zeiss Optics are featured in the N97, ensuring the best possible photo and video quality.

Nokia Web Browser: View web pages as they were originally intended by there deigners. With a single key press Nokia Web browser with Mini Map lets you zoom out to a full screen view of the entire web page. Find the section of the site that you want and then zoom in to the content you want. The text instantly adjusts to the size of your screen, without any hassle. The web browser also keeps a history of your browsing so you can quickly get back to where you started - this will save you some time.

The Nokia N97 is definately much more than just a Mobile Phone and deserves the tag of being a mobile computer. The Nokia N97 Will take care of your Communication, Music, Navigation, Video and Internet Needs. No longer will you have to carry seperate phones, mp3 players and digital cameras on your person.

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Anonymous said... @ February 22, 2010 at 7:03 PM

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Anonymous said... @ March 14, 2010 at 10:29 AM


mobile said... @ May 13, 2010 at 6:51 PM

In future all mobile phones will take place of Computer and Laptops.
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