The last 12 months was primetime for many next generation smart-devices such as the Nokia N97, Blackberry Storm, iphone 3G and Google G1. Details are unveiling but it’s confirmed, the premier’s and newest phone the from the N-series the N97 announced by the the leading player in the mobile market, Nokia, is expected to ship end of first half of 2009.
“From the desktop to the notebook and now to your pocket, the Nokia N97 is the most cutting-edge, multi-sensory mobile phone known” said Jonas Geust, Vice President, heading Nokia Nseries.
The N97 features a wide touchscreen set with a basic price roughly 500 euros or $600 omitting subsidies and taxation, the N97 is the first ever phone to ship with integrated capability to stream from the Ovi Store, providing user-friendly access to applications, games, videos, podcasts, productivity tools, web and location-based services, and many more.
Nokia has made the N97, which is believed will redefine how people connect to the world wide web and keep in touch with each other. Nokia’s recent shock to the mobile-computer arena is an attempt by the number one cellphone manufacturer to recover from the worldwide economic slowdown that hit the cell phone market recently. The mobile-unit is expected to be richly implanted with compact features and a futuristic look. Thanks to the N97, Nokia brings in many original features such as the so called ‘social location’ with embedded a-gps detectors and an electronic compass, the Nokia n97 cellphone spontaneously translates Geo-Location, integrated Facebook application, drag and drop widgets all across the home-screen, up to 48GB of memory and many other novel features.