but anyway.. i just wanted to add some more comments. i do appreciate the camera quality of this device. though it has noise visible at any environments, the best thing is that the JPEG compression is low compared to N95/N73/N93i. and the finest thing is that it saves much details rather than washing it out just to reduce the noise. hope that nokia can implement this good move to the other camera centric devices too.
not much has changed over the predecessor. if only nokia listens, make the RAM bigger. theres no point to have an excellent features and a fast processor if the RAM suffers too much in multitasking(as far as i know this is a business phone right? so will it be a hard idea if nokia will enable more powerful multitasking in a 'successor' of a very good phone?)
too wide like the previous one tough to use it as a phone and want a pc well o2s are much slimmer with touchscreen.
great phone nokia tiny camera at last its getting a nice white balance!
A really great phone that I am loving. One problem which no-one has been able to solve is I cannot edit the text the body of an e-mail which has been sent to me. I am using Blackberry Connect. I ahve tried everything: Trying to forward or reply to it. If I send it to 'my folders or the in-box' still no go. I can edit attachments and SMS messages but not those recieved via email.
I love the Web Browser whihc which works very well on the WLAN.
Nice Phone! Nokia Rocks!
2nd to comment good phone for browsing and e-mails
phone for business