But let’s take it in order, the Display is a 2.4″ QVGA based one with 16 M colors, perfect to display pictures at high quality. Bellow the display is situated the usual keyboard along with the D-pad which are pretty soft and easy control.
On the left side of the display we find covered in plastic the standard player buttons, while on the top of it we discover the ambient light sensor and the videocall camera(QVGA).
The microUSB port and microSD card slot are situated on the left side of the phone covered both in plastic, while the right side features the camera shutter key and the volume rocker.
Sliding the phone on the left side will uncover the QWERTY keyboard. There are 4 rows containing large keys, easy to press and with a very ergonomic look.
The interesting thing on this phone is the his operating system: Symbian S60. Along with the 369 MHz processor and the 128Mb Ram available, the phone supports multitasking operations and better applications.
Connectivity options could not let us down on this model: GPRS, 3G, Bluetooth 2.0, Usb 2.0, Wi-Fi. Also Gps with A-Gps support is available along with Nokia Maps application.
The web browser supports flash and java so there is not a single problem viewing sites or videos at a very good speed.
Phone also comes with N-Gage support, but the installed games have trial version so you will have to pay if you want to continue to play them or choose the Java applications.
Now let’s talk about battery life: the Li-Ion 1000 mAh provides up to 300h in stand by, up to 5h in talk time and 25h in music play mode.
The phone was released in June 2009 all over the world at estimated price near 400$.