Nokia N97 Mini Not So Mini, Keyboard Not Great Either

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Another Nokia phone, and another extensive preview from Mobile-review's Eldar Murtazin. He says compared to the N97, the Mini is only "around a centimeter" smaller, its keyboard is worse, and the built-in memory has dropped from 32GB to 8GB. Ouch.

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Murtazin is more enthusiastic about some upcoming touch-screen Nokia phones, including models that don't have thumb keyboards yet will play in same space as the N97. We'll let you know what we hear. At this point, I think Nokia's still-in-development N900 is the one worth keeping an eye on. [Mobile-Review]

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I've given up on Nokia already, just bought a HTC G1 yesterday. The only phone that has captured my attention are the N86 and the E55, the rest have been crap. Who still uses resistive screens? The biggest thing that pisses me off is that when new software comes out, it usually involves buying a new phone, Nokia might upgrade the software once or twice, but it is usually minor bug fixes and things like that.

I like how with the G1 and WinMo new software builds come out all the time and you can just go download them and install them. S60 is allright I guess. I still love my N82.