01 - Nokia N97 Mini (September 2009)
It is a younger and smaller "brother" of the regular Nokia N97. It even has a different design, with sliding opening and imp roved features.
This is a Quadband GSM and UMTS equipped with HSDPA touchscreen display 3.2 meg apixel resolution with 640×360 pixels and 16 million colors, 5 meg apixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, 8 GB of internal memory, Symbian OS v 9.4 S60 fifth edition, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi connectivity, integrated GPS receiver, Nokia Maps, media player and FM radio, video calling, proximity sensor, accelerometer and qwerty keyboard that pops up.
The Nokia N97 mini was first presented on the 1st of September 2009 in Stuttgart .
Nokia has the N97 in the design of a mini style conscious, socially active user had in mind.
Like the Nokia N97 also speaks to the N97 on a mobile mini computer. The device is designed and fun is somewhat smaller than the N97. Beautiful are the stainless steel accents and the mechanism to tilt the screen. Very useful is the ability to create your own desktop with applications you use frequently. Also new is the life-casting function. Turns your mobile phone from location (via GPS) and status information on Facebook. Whether it is popular in the Netherlands is the question, given the small share of Face Book in the Netherlands . The Nokia N97 works with a new mini Ovi Maps interface to search and navigation even easier. Besides free global navigation walking, you also have access to quality content from Lonely Planet, Michelin and Wcities, which the Nokia N97 mini world's ultimate tour guide. Biggest difference with the original N97 was smaller 8GB of internal memory instead of 32 GB.
02 - Nokia X3 (September 2009)
An attractive device launched by Nokia, to join its X-series family would be X3. 2.2-inch TFT display features a 240 x 320 pixel resolution with 256K colors. Nokia X3 has been perfectly packed and has been announced on the 2nd September 2009. Hope the phone does wonders after it hits the market.
Supports a range of formats like AAC, AAC+, AMR-NB, AMR-WB, eAAC+, M4A, MIDI Tones ( pol y 64), MP3, MP4, SP-MIDI, True tones, WAV, WMA. The phone also perfect fits with the extra capability that is offered with its 3.2mpx camera, Carl Zeiss optics, LED flash though photos captured even in night mode adorably look good. There are also a wide range of scene modes like automatic, manual, landscape, portrait, night and night portrait which gives you a perfect photographic exp erience.
02 - Nokia X6 (September 2009)
The Nokia X6 actually is another version to the Music Edition Mobile Phones by Nokia. This handset features 3.2inch capacitive touchscreen display (supporting up to 16.7 million colors) wherein DVD quality video playbacks, 3D gaming exp erience and computer-like internet surfing can be exp ected. The Nokia X6 has been perfectly designed focusing the needs of music enthusiasts out there and this is why it supports up to 32GB of memory. With such a huge storage features, users are allowed to store thousands of their favorite songs in their pocket and listen to them one after another when they are on the go. The built-in FM tuner and the Nokia N-series music player featuring stereo widening, bass booster, and loudness make this cell phone more a music phone. The playback file formats that this handset supports include MP3, AAC, WMA, SPMidi, and eAAC+. Moreover, the Media Bar helps you to have instant access to the Music Player and volume keys in no time.
02 - Nokia N900 (September 2009)
Mobile Review came through with a very early preview of the Nokia N900, an upcoming device running the new Maemo 5 OS. I wrote that Nokia needed a facelift and they responded with the N900. I think this is the freshness that Nokia's high-end users like me are looking for.
Eldar Murtazin's preview of Noka N900 is worth reading entirely but I've broke it down for a shorter read.
- Side-slider form factor similar to the Nokia N810.
- 5MP camera with lens cover similar to Nokia N97.
- 1320mAh battery
- 32GB internal memory + microSDHC slot for extra storage.
- Responsive 800×480 pixel resistive screen
There are lots of UI screenshots provided by Mobile-Review, but here are some of my favorites.
Here are some of the stand-out imp ressions from Mr. Murtazin.
- For s imp licity sake, it runs the next version of Maemo and it differs dramatically from the Nokia N810.
- Variety of visual effects, smooth transitions and decent reaction time of the touch screen which is a significant imp rovement over the Nokia N97.
- Browser is pretty stable, and it supports flash, video and applets.
- Phone's GPS department seemed well-tuned.
- Context menus are made in the form of pop-ups which are easy to dismiss. All you need to do is press on any area of the screen outside the menu and it'll be closed in an instant.
- True mobile powerhouse… that comes wrapped in a very eye-candy and functional UI at that
- Available late in 2009 for 550 Euro (subject to change).