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Nokia announces the N97 mobile phone

Specifications of the latest N series from Nokia

Nokia N97 white keyboard

Nokia N97 launch update: The N97 was launched on 19 June 2009, and Which? has a First Look preview of the N97. A full review and lab test results of the N97 will be published in July.


The Nokia N97 is set to be released in the first half of 2009, and is expected to retail for around £450. It will be the next model in the successful Nokia N series.

The N97 will be the first mobile phone in the Nokia N series to feature a Qwerty keypad. The screen measures 3.5 inches diagonally, and the integrated camera’s resolution is five megapixels.

There are eight Nokia mobile phones from the N series in our mobile phone report, five of which have been awarded Best Buy status. To find out which Nokia models are Best Buys, read our mobile phone report, containing results on almost 200 mobile handsets. We currently have the popular Nokia N96 at our lab, with results on this model’s performance due to be published in the next few days.

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