Nokia N97: Sophistication and Fun Rolled into One

N97-blackOf course, we can’t all be submerged in work 24 hours a day. We have to rest; and you can do some quality R & R with your own mobile phone. At least that’s what the Nokia promises when they released the Nokia N97 back in December 2008 (in Spain).
What’s new with N97
The Nokia N97 is the ‘team captain’ of the N-Series, representing years of research and development of Nokia developers. It represents Nokia’s own entry into the field of personal telecommunications and computing, as well. Together with the newly launched Ovi digital services from Nokia, the N97 was designed to be Nokia’s very own iPhone or Blackberry Storm.
User-friendly features
To save space and create and ergonomic and truly portable N97, Nokia used a slider form factor to join a full-sized QWERTY keyboard and a touchscreen display with glare resistive quality. Nokia introduces their own version of geo-tagging: it’s called So-Lo or social location. Instead of just tagging pictures, the Nokia N97 can actually update social networking sites where you are at the moment. With the right tweaking, you can definitely enjoy a streamlined version of your social networking sites with the Nokia N97.
Storage & multimedia
The Nokia N97 can support up to 48 gigabytes of extra storage, through its MicroSD card slot. Unlike a younger version of the Apple iPhone, which can support only 8 gigabytes, the Nokia N97 had been crafted outright with a whopping 32 gigabytes of on-board internal memory. That’s like having two MicroSD cards.

Nokia N97 also has excellent support for video and audio formats, with a playback capacity of 1.5 days. As for Nokia N97’s imaging capacity, the phone has been manufactured with Carl Zeiss optics. Video recording operates with an aspect ratio of 16:9 and can produce DVD-quality videos that can probably be saved in MPEG4 or 3gpp formats. Nokia would be selling the N97 is for 550 euro.

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