It has got a 4″ AMOLED touchscreen display with clearback technology for outdoor viewing.Then there are Orientation sensor (Accelerometer), Compass (Magnetometer), Proximity sensor and Ambient light detector. The other striking feature is the slide out full QWERTY keyboard. Plus there is finger touch support for text input, UI control and handwriting recognition. You can create, edit and share office docs and view PDF files with Adobe Reader.
Its easy to set up your calendar and sync it with Microsoft Outlook. Plus you may get emails direct from Hotmail, Yahoo!, Gmail, Ovi Mail and others. On the social networking front there is support for live updates from Facebook and Twitter on the home screen itself. You can update your status across all your social networks at the same time, follow your conversations easily with threaded SMS chats.
Then there are Apps like Ovi Maps with free lifetime GPS navigation and voice guidance, F-Secure Anti-Theft for Mobile, Vlingo, the voice recognition app, World Traveler app and many apps at Ovi Store â€“ business, messaging, entertainment and more.
On the entertainment front besides the video and music players and FM there is HDMI out to view HD videos and images on your compatible TV. You can watch and upload videos straight to YouTube too. Then you can capture high-resolution photos and HD video using the 8 MP camera.There is Dual LED flash and face recognition software too. Plus there is a Secondary VGA camera for video calls.
Its powered by 680 MHz ARM 11 processor and 16 GB of internal memory . A drawback is the absence of memory card slot. The OS is SymbianË†3 as opposed to the Android offered by the competitors. Nokia claims you can enjoy over 250 new features from the SymbianË†3 operating system.