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8th August 2014
Lumia 730 leaked ahead of official release.
7th August 2014
Entry-level and mid-range phones head-up summer sale.
24th July 2014
New budget blower enters the fray.
18th July 2014
So long, Nokia X. We barely knew ye.
18th July 2014
Future handsets will use Windows Phone instead.
16th July 2014 – 2 comments
Is a new design and Windows Phone 8.1 enough to sell the Lumia 930?
Nokia’s N97 is the perfect handset for internet-savvy consumers and offers brilliant new opportunities to interact and stay in touch with friends. In short, it’s less a phone and more an advanced mobile computer.
The Nokia N97 features at its core an always-open window that allows you to favourite social networking sites and internet destinations. And thanks to Nokia’s social location software, which includes integrated A-GPS, sensors and an electronic compass, the N97 intuitively understands where it is. This makes it easy to update social networks automatically with real-time information and allows friends to update their social location as well as related pictures or photos.
Just as impressive is the web browsing and downloading experience the Nokia N97 offers, with HSDPA connectivity ensuring that getting hold of files is easy as it as home. Meanwhile, the inclusion of a physical Qwerty keyboard as well as a touchscreen means that the Nokia N97 also excels as a handset for blogging, chatting, posting, sending texts and e-mailing.
Meanwhile, for those looking to cut down on call costs, the Nokia N97 is equipped with Skype. This is integrated into the phone’s address book, so that it is easy to make calls. The Skype app will also allow users to send instant messages.
Elsewhere on the Nokia N97 you’ll find an impressive 3.5 inch screen, a five megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and a dual LED flash, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB and a media player to keep you entertained while on the move.
The handset comes with 32GB of internal memory, with scope to boost this further by up to 16MB adding a microSD card.
The Nokia N97 blurs the lines between portable computers and mobile phones thanks to its amazingly rich array of functions, huge memory and powerful processor. Taking even the most glancing look at it, it’s hard to think that under a decade ago people were happy with the likes the Nokia 3210.
Part of Nokia’s N Series range of high-end mobiles, the N97 is commonly regarded as the best phone yet to appear from the company. That’s something underscored by the raft of glowing reviews from mainstream media and the technology press that the Nokia N97 attracted when it hit mobile phone retailers early in 2009.