"Trackpad saves keys and fingers..."4.0 starson by dr257
Pros: smooth scrolling and vibration with trackpad
business apps (presenter, card scanner, Quickoffice, print)
Nokia compatibility + quick apps install
exp. memory + removable battery + speaker
Cons: speakerphone could be louder
email options set up geared towards network, not WiFi
needs more apps in Ovi store
back cover is fingerprint magnet
not as flashy as Google/iPhone OS
Summary: Everybody mistakes it for a Blackberry at work, but despite reviewers' criticisms about the trackpad or the firmware, Nokia quality built and support is evident throughout this smartphone. It beats the iPhone for a pure business user (even if I'm not one), gives Blackberry a run for its money and as for the software being outdated, it's a good platform for future Symbian upgrades.Forgot to add: marks for WiFi flexibility, easy set-up and flash support throughout the web - much better than Apple
Got one in copper and it's turning heads with its stylish design and unique colour.
Trackpad is very good for smooth scrolling and has 3 sensitivity settings, so clicking can be avoided.
Updated on Jun 11, 2010