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A mobile phone or mobile (also called cellphone and handphone, as well as cell phone, wireless phone, cellular phone, cell, cellular telephone, mobile telephone or cell telephone) is a long-range, electronic device used for mobile voice or data communication over a network of specialised base stations known as cell sites. In addition to the standard voice function of a mobile phone, telephone, current mobile phones may support many additional services, and accessories, such as SMS for text messaging, email, packet switching for access to the Internet, gaming, Bluetooth, infrared, camera with video recorder and MMS for sending and receiving photos and video, MP3 player, radio and GPS.

Mobile Phones

Apple phones

  • Apple iPhone
  • Apple iPhone 3G
  • Apple iPhone 3G S

BlackBerry phones

  • BlackBerry 8110
  • BlackBerry 8120
  • BlackBerry 8220
  • BlackBerry 8310
  • BlackBerry 8800
  • BlackBerry 8900
  • BlackBerry Bold
  • BlackBerry Storm

HTC phones

  • HTC Magic
  • HTC Touch 3G
  • HTC Touch Diamond 2
  • HTC Touch HD
  • LG phones
  • LG Arena KM900
  • LG Chocolate
  • LG Cookie
  • LG Crystal
  • LG KC780
  • LG KF510
  • LG KS360
  • LG Prada
  • LG Prada 2
  • LG Renoir
  • LG Shine
  • LG Viewty Smart
  • LG Viewty KU990

Motorola phones

  • Motorola Aura
  • Motorola U9

Nokia phones

  • Nokia E51
  • Nokia E63
  • Nokia E71
  • Nokia E75
  • Nokia N85
  • Nokia N86
  • Nokia N95
  • Nokia N96
  • Nokia N97
  • Nokia 2630
  • Nokia 3120 Classic
  • Nokia 3600 Slide
  • Nokia 5310 XpressMusic
  • Nokia 5800 XpressMusic
  • Nokia 6210 Navigator
  • Nokia 6220 Classic
  • Nokia 6300
  • Nokia 6303 Classic
  • Nokia 6500 Classic
  • Nokia 6500 Slide
  • Nokia 6600 Fold
  • Nokia 6600 Slide
  • Nokia 6700 Classic
  • Nokia 8800 Arte

Samsung phones

  • Samsung Armani Night Effect
  • Samsung E250
  • Samsung G600
  • Samsung i8510
  • Samsung i8910 HD
  • Samsung Omnia i900
  • Samsung Jet
  • Samsung Marcel S3500
  • Samsung Pixon
  • Samsung Steel
  • Samsung S5600
  • Samsung S7220
  • Samsung Tocco
  • Samsung Tocco Lite
  • Samsung Tocco Ultra
  • Samsung U600
  • Samsung U800
  • Samsung U900 Soul
  • Sony Ericsson phones
  • Sony Ericsson C510
  • Sony Ericsson C902
  • Sony Ericsson C903
  • Sony Ericsson C905
  • Sony Ericsson F305
  • Sony Ericsson G502
  • Sony Ericsson K550i
  • Sony Ericsson K660i
  • Sony Ericsson K770i
  • Sony Ericsson K800i
  • Sony Ericsson K850i
  • Sony Ericsson S500i
  • Sony Ericsson T303
  • Sony Ericsson W302
  • Sony Ericsson W350i
  • Sony Ericsson W395
  • Sony Ericsson W580i
  • Sony Ericsson W595
  • Sony Ericsson W705
  • Sony Ericsson W715
  • Sony Ericsson W850i
  • Sony Ericsson W910i
  • Sony Ericsson W980i
  • Sony Ericsson W995
  • Sony Ericsson Xperia X1
  • Sony Ericsson Z750i
Mobile Phone Reviews


Nokia N97

The combination of features on the all new Nokia N97 could debatably make it the most dominant handset on the market, and most definitely, Nokia’s most powerful mobile phone. The large touch-screen, full QWERTY keypad, GPS and mapping support, 5 megapixel camera and 3.5G high speed data are a few of the key features to give the N97 authority.

It could be said that the Nokia N97 is a combination of the Nokia 5800 Express Music, Nokia N810, Nokia E90 and the Nokia N96. All of these models have varying strengths and weaknesses. However, we are struggling to find the weak elements with the N97.

So, let’s go into a little more detail for you and give you an idea of what you are letting yourself in for. Let’s start at the beginning with the first thing you come across………….the large 3.5 inch touch sensitive display. The N97 has a 640 x 360 pixel display resolution which is the same as the 5800 Express Music but the screen is considerably larger on the N97. Nokia have called the resolution on the N97 “nHD” which as we can guess is their version of High Definition. I think it’s fair to say that you will be impressed with the display and we feel it beats the rival iPhone 3G hands down.

Nokia seem to have put some thought and effort into giving us a quality keyboard. The QWERTY keypad has a slider mechanism which can angle the screen and keypad making it almost like an ergonomic keyboard and user friendly. They have also allowed for liberal spacing between the keys so even those of us with chunky fingers can tap away without making errors.

I think it’s fair to say that Nokia are not the leaders when it comes to high end camera phones. However, this doesn’t detract from the fact that the N97 has a 5MP camera with built-in autofocus, Carl Zeiss optics and a dual-LED flash. As you would expect, there is a video capture feature which can handle 30 frames per second. The Nokia N97 also allows you to record video clips and play them back via the TV-out function. You can also upload photos straight away thanks to the Ovi integration.

Nokia have also made strides in the navigation department. The N97 comes with built-in A-GPS which okay, maybe we would expect. However, Nokia has given its Maps application a major revamp putting it on a par with dedicated satellite navigation systems. The upgraded version of Nokia Maps comes with satellite view, traffic information, camera alerts, a 3D view of major landmarks and can synchronise with your PC.

As expected with Nokia, the N97 has a Symbian 5th edition operating system. This is an improvement on previous handsets and now gives us one-touch access to our favourite services. High speed data connection should not be a problem either as the handset is a quad-band GSM phone with tri-band HSDPA support and WiFi. The N97 has the standard MP3 player capable of handling WMA and AAC formats along with MPEG4, WMV and Flash video playback.

So, how does the Nokia N97 manage to handle all of these features and still operate like a normal mobile phone? Well, it has a powerful battery that gives up to 5 hours of talktime, 18 hours standby time, 40 hours of music playback and 4.5 hours of video playback. It’s all very well having all these files on our phone but can the N97 handle them? The simple answer is yes. Nokia have provided us with a generous 32GB internal memory which can be expanded to an impressive 48GB via the microSD card slot.

It’s been a long time coming but Nokia have done a brilliant job with their first touch-screen mobile with a QWERTY keypad. I can assure you all that you will not be disappointed with the new Nokia N97.


UK Mobile Phone Information

Mobile Manufacturers

  • Nokia
  • Samsung
  • Sony Ericsson
  • LG
  • Motorola
  • HTC

UK Mobile Providers

  • Vodafone
  • Orange
  • O2
  • Three
  • T-Mobile
  • Virgin
  • Fresh

UK Mobile Retailers

  • e2save.com
  • Carphone Warehouse
  • Phone 4u
  • Dialaphone
  • OneStopPhoneShop
  • Mobiles2YourDoor
  • buymobilephones.net
  • mobiles.co.uk









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