Maybe that’s the biggest question if it happened on the past that the Nokia N97 had had an OS based on a Symbian^3 platform. Not only an OS that runs on ^3 but this requires a 680MHz cpu, larger RAM for better managing, a good 2D/3D graphics support and a wooping capacitive screen for multitouch support. Imagine all of these things you injected on the N97 from the past, it may sound weird but if that happened, would it be the turning point for what do people look at Symbian now?
Will it be considered as the greatest factor that Nokia’s smartphone market share is not decreasing and could topple over half of the whole market share? Or it might be the big reason that Apple iPhone was not praised by Steve’s fans, and Androids aren’t in the fame as it have now?
We have lots of things to decipher if this event was happened. An event where Nokia had the guts of the upcoming E7 to the past of N97. But what if this happen on the past, would you buy it? And if you did, would it be your realizations that Symbian was worthier than your current phone?
Simply leave your comments and/or choice if a yes or no.
Nokia E7 vs Nokia N97 specs, price, photos:
|Detail/Feature||Nokia E7||Nokia N97|
|Dimensions||123.7 x 62.4 x 13.6 mm, 104.9 cc||117.2 x 55.3 x 15.9 mm, 88 cc|
|Screen Type||AMOLED Capacitive with CBD technology, with multitouch||Resistive|
|Screen Size||4.o”, 360 x 640||3.5″, 360 x 640 resolution|
|Camera||8 MP fixed focus,DLED, VGA secondary||5 MP autofocus Carl Ziess, dual-LED, VGA secondary|
|Video Recording at HD||Yes||No|
|Operating System||Symbian^3||Symbian S60v5 or S^1|
|CPU||ARM 11 680 MHz||ARM 11 434 MHz|
|RAM and Dedicated Graphics||256MB, 2D/3D||128MB|
|Internal storage||16GB, 1GB for phone||32GB, 256 for phone|
|Expandable storage||No||up to 16GB microSD|
|3G /WCDMA||Yes, Pentaband||Yes, with American version|
|Wifi||Yes at b/g/n||Yes at b/g|
|HDMI||Yes||No, composite TV out only|
|Flash||Flash lite 4.0||Flash lit 3.0|
|Battery||BL-4D 3.7V 1200mAh||BP-4L 3.7V 1500mAh|
|Price (will vary depending on subsidies and taxes)||€495 / $690||€330 / $450|
|Release date/Availability||December 2010||Available, released June 2009|