Nokia N97 Mini Review

Nokia N97

If you think less is more then you are in for a real treat. You would be really delighted to find something like this which brings you endless possibilities in such a diminutive body. It is experimented genius at its core and does a lot in terms of managing your multiple tasks for real. You will be able to play around with the most intense new recruits with this fresh model.

There are new considerations about different priorities with new focuses on optimization of resources through this model. There is a new venture with the expansion of Nokia’s flagship marketing. The original Nokia N97 has been one of the very first signs about bring different ground breaking features with some relaying of rather extreme components. There have been similar handsets with portfolio from the house of Nokia but none has been as close to this in terms of work and play opportunities. The downsized version is easy to handle and brings a whole series of features with it.

It comes with a 3.2” 16M color resistive touchscreen of 640×360 pixel resolution. It has a 5 megapixel camera with dual LED flash as well as VGA of 30fps video recording. There is a Symbian OS 9.4 which brings a great new feature that gives you kinetic scrolling. All these make it an easy to handle and bring about some super fast mechanism that you would jump ahead to use. There are 5th edition UI and slide out 3 rows, full QWERTY keyboard. This little machine is also armed with 128 MB of RAM. There is a prominent HSDPA support with tri-brand 3G and Quad band GSM features. There is a unique WiFi and GPS with A-GPS and digital compass.

Nokia N97Photo by Jose LeFuet

There is an 8 GB onboard storage facility that brings microSD card slot for you to use along with microSDHC support facility. There is a built in accelerometer with 3.5 mm audio jack and TV out programs with quality as good as a Directv satellite. The stereo FM with Radio and RDS bring about some of the most prominent features that you could thin

k of while working with this model. The microUSB port with charging and stereo Bluetooth v2.0 is also totally great! Web browsing becomes easy with full on Flash and Java support. The audio system comes with a great repetitive quality. There is also the facility of office document viewer when you are using this.

If you are thinking of some of the probable disadvantages, then don’t forget that there is an s60 touch UI which is quite inconsistent. There is also an outdated camera interface with some key features missing that you would find in most updated cameras. There are no DivX or XviD or video support facility. There is also no smart dialing or office document editing or even a paid upgradation. There are no camera lens protection facilities or FM transmitter without stretching too far. You cannot have the latest document editing while using Microsoft Office.

Mini N97Photo by kiroshafeek

When you compare the Mini N97 with Nokia N97 the latter comes to be really compact. This is lighter and easier to handle. It has a smaller display and a less internal memory. It also comes with smaller battery with no lens cover or FM transmitter. There are arrow keys as opposed to the previous D-pad. This little machine is quite handy with tasks in hand. These can be constantly compared with some of the high ranking Nokia N97 models that have previously come to the market. This usually happens with a lot of different cases and has price differences to go along with them as well.

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