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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