After announcing the first and launchedwith great fanfare N97, Nokia released the N97 with relativeindifference. Admittedly, as the name suggests, the newcomer isalmost a carbon copy of the previous model.The first difference liesin size, with 113 x 52.5 x 14.2 mm and 138 grams for the mini versionagainst 117 x 55.3 x 15.9 mm and 150 grams for the first version ofthe smartphone. The second notable difference is fetching on the sideof the diagonal of the screen that runs 3.2 inches, against 3.5previously. When you open the slider qwerty, there is also that ofthe N97 pad is gone. Finally, the last difference, the generousinternal memory of 32 GB to 8 GB now spends, which isstill veryreasonable.
Otherwise, the screen always displays16.7 million colors at a resolution of 640 x 360 pixels. Connectivityis very complete with 3G + (HSDPA), GPRS, Edge, Bluetooth 2.0 A2DPstereo, GPS (A-GPS) and WiFi (b / g). As to its compatibilityquad-band GSM and tri-band WCDMA (3G), she gives it to capture mostof the networks of the world.
Multimedia side, it still offers a 5megapixel autofocus sensor Carl Zeiss, supported by a dual LED flash.This sensor can also shoot in VGA resolution, ie 640 x 480 pixels and30 frames per second. The keyboard that slides under the mobile has38 keys. The smartphone also features a slew of sensors to detectproximity, ambient light level and movement.