Nokia Mobile Phones

Nokia N97 Mobile Phone Review

The Nokia N97 mobile phone is heralded as the dawn of a new era in mobile computer applications, and with the focus squarely on easy internet access, the excitement about the Nokia N97 is palpable. Due for release sometime in the first half of 2009, the Nokia N97 mobile phone boasts an impressive 3.5in touch-screen display, a tilt-out QWERTY keyboard, 5mp camera and full multimedia capabilities. However, its the interface that sees punters struggling to contain their excitement.

Never before have mobile phone users had easier access to the internet, email and social networking, and some reviewers have commented that Nokia may have built the ultimate Facebook device. Integrated A-GPS sensors and an electronic compass means your friends will be able to determine your real-time social location, and all that is without even making a phone call.

Nokia may well have created the first true mobile computer. Now, they just need to come up with a way to stop overexcited customers drooling on the keyboard.

Nokia N97 Mobile Phone Features

  • 3.5in TFT touchscreen display
  • Tilt-out QWERTY keypad
  • Always open window to favourite social networking sites and internet locations
  • A-GPS sensors and Nokia Maps 2.0
  • Up to 48gB of memory
  • 5mp camera with Carl Zeiss optics
  • DVD quality video capture
  • Impressive battery life and processing power for quality internet access

Nokia N97 Mobile Phone Specifications

  • Network 2G GSM (850/900/1800/1900 MHz)
  • Network 3G HSDPA (900/1900/2100 MHz)
  • 150g weight
  • Measures 117.2 x 55.3 x 15.9mm
  • 6 hours 40 minutes talk time, 430 hours stand-by
  • 360 x 640 pixels screen resolution, 16 million colours
  • 5 megapixel camera
  • VGA (640x480), 30fps video capture
  • MPEG4, RealVideo, WMV, H.264 video playback
  • MP3, AAC, eAAC, eAAC+, WAV audio playback
  • 32gB built-in memory (48gB total capability with upgrade)
  • Symbian operating system (version 9.4, series 60, 5th edition)
  • microUSB
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, UPnP technology
  • Bluetooth (v2.0 with A2DP)
  • Java, flash and other internet and document viewing technology