Typing fast emails on a touchscreen isn't always the most straight-forward of tasks. So Nokia has attempted to make writing on the move a little easier with their QWERTY-equipped, touchscreen smartphone, the N97.
Being told where to go by your mobile has never been so useful. Nokia has launched its flagship 2009 smartphone the N97 and it's loaded with the latest version of the Finnish phone giant's popular mapping service, Nokia Maps 2.0 Touch.
Sure, most smartphones have a place for you to download useless highly productive apps for your phone, but how many allow you to pay for your purchases via your carrier billing account? The answer: only one. Nokia's Ovi Store.