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Maze Lock. Gish Reloaded. It's worth noting that the Nokia is almost 50 percent thicker than the iPhone but around half-inch narrower and quarter-inch shorter. In contrast with the iPhone's poor retail package, Nokia's package is quite rich, coming with PC and video cables, headset and remote control, extra stylus, a stand and wrist-strap with an alternative stylus. A 8GB microSD card and a carrying case come bundled as well.
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The Nokia is based on the Symbian S60 platform, and its touch-optimized user interface is where the scored the least points with me. Unlike the iPhone's excellent interface, the one found on the is not very user-friendly. I also found that the touchscreen was not very responsive; I had to press very hard with my finger, though I did have better luck with the stylus.
Nokia didn't really optimize the Symbian S60 mobile operating system for touchscreen input, though you do get haptic feedback via gentle vibrations. Scrolling down is still achieved using a regular bar, making it virtually impossible to be done with your finger.
This is quite inconvenient, especially when you have to scroll down through a long list of songs or artists in the music player. In addition, I found the slow when accessing menus and switching applications.
Even after installing the new Nokia firmware update, the phone still felt slow in comparison to the iPhone or even the T-Mobile G1. And while I'm making comparisons, there are not enough applications out there for the Nokia right now but Nokia is expected to launch an AppStore soon. It's worth noting, though, that the supports features long-craved by iPhone users, such as copy and paste and multitasking with applications allowed to run in the background. Messaging on the Nokia can be difficult, as well. Nokia offers a mini-QWERTY keyboard, an alphanumeric one, and also handwriting recognition, all done best with the stylus.
Unfortunately, the e-mail client doesn't take advantage of the large screen and doesn't display HTML e-mail either--just text text size can be adjusted in large, medium and small formats. Though Nokia's own web browser uses the same WebKit rendering engine as Safari on the iPhone , the browsing experience is not comparable. Browsing the Web on the is fast, but zooming in and out of columns and pages is by far not as smooth and functional as on the iPhone. The Nokia is by no means an iPhone replacement , as I discovered from a few day of using it as my primary phone.
But if you're not into the iPhone and you want a good music handset with a decent camera, this might be the one for you, especially if you get the handset bundled with Nokia's Comes With Music offer, which gives you unlimited music downloads for a year. Also, given the recent firmware upgrade, it seems that Nokia is actively working to improve the phone's features and responsiveness. We may also see another firmware update after the phone is available in the US. Regardless, if you're looking for a more powerful, full-featured touchscreen phone from Nokia, maybe it's worth waiting a few more months for the N97 to get released.
Back in Europe, Nokia announced that it already sold over one million units of the