Pros: Interactive and fully customisable interface, QWERT Keyboard and other input options, wi-fi, bigger HDD plus an option to expand, multiprocessing, screen resolution, Camera quality, good speakers and above all FREEDOM unlike iPhone
Cons: some people may find it chunky then other phones but not a bigger deal - still fits in pants well, touch screen can be improved
Pros: I like the HUGE (and I mean HUGE) array of features this phone offers, right down to the built in FM transmitter, fast broadband Internet (3.5G) and the sliding QWERTY keyboard. Resistive keyboard not as bad as you'd think.
Cons: Where do I start. The Symbian OS The menus The MP3 player (control) GPS fails Product NOT properly tested before being released - still buggy Dropped connections to WiFi
Excerpt: This phone has a Big and a very sensitive touche screen... I'd give the camera a 9/10....... the flash is good and the massive 32GB is worth use the extra advantage is that you can also use another micro sd upto 16GB...... the phone is very fast and responsive.... who says its not worth the money you give for it? Obviously it is! Therefore it is a fantastic smart phone...
Summary: I have used over 26 phones/PDA's in the past 2 years (Apple, Palm, WinMo, etc.) and I have to say that I am most pleased with the Nokia n97. It is by far one of the best devices I have ever used. A few cool features of the device include: An adjustable home screen. Nokia allows you to add and remove widgets on the home screen to better fit your life style and how you use the device on a daily basis. A pretty responsive resisitive touchscreen.