phonelover, 27 Apr 2010why nokia make so many n97?because of popularity of N97 that made nokia wanted to made this phone...
even so, nokia still want to spend the remaining stock of old technology which they bought...
Is that possible to type messages by using touch screen or the only way to use qwerty keyboard to do?
nokia India site still shows this phone under 'coming soon' category... might take some time to hit the stores
Wow. It is launched in India. Check out the Nokia India site and check out any tech news. It is Rs 13000/- in India.
phonelover, 27 Apr 2010why nokia make so many n97?because the QWERTY keyboard of the original N97 only good for typing when you put the phone on the table or when standing up.
the C6 style (or N900) where is no good if you put the phone on the table, it's good to type when lying on bed. which is what most of people want it.
phonelover, 27 Apr 2010why nokia make so many n97?for them to impress many people...
I have a question some of us might be wondering. I am not sure how it worked on the N97 but can you still use the touchscreen qwerty keyboard if we don't want to use the slide out keyboard?
This looks like a hybrid of the N97 and N900. Why does Nokia constantly use out dated processors and resistive TFT screens. Nokia constantly recycle old tech and cases until its totally dead, and I donít understand why people buy into this??! Itís like Nokia are taking the piss out of their fan base. I donít know which oneís worse, Apple or Nokia(!)
In India this phone has launched with an internal memory of 200MB according to nokia.co.in.
Nokia has indeed launched three new qwerty devices. But its not clear if they are available to consumers immediately...
I think Nokia wants to make money out of the dead dogs..I mean try to figure it out people, What difference does this phone have with Nokia N97 mini. Just replacing the metal body with plastic and including the D-pad! Dont there specs look exactly the same otherwise?