I remember Nokia as a juggernaut and leader, not a bandwagon-jumper. Yesterday, Nokia just proved me wrong by introducing the N97: a touchscreen phone.
Naturally, it has all the features you'd get from an iPhone and more.
- QWERTY keyboard
- 5 megapixel camera lens
- 32 GB built-in flash memory
I guess this would put them near the top of a gadget geek's Christmas list. LOLZ
However, what disturbs me is that Nokia seems to have joined this craze late. Was it a marketing plan to release this a few days before Christmas or did they have to a hard time convincing themselves that touchscreen is the future of mobile phones?
Whatever, the reason, it would be best for Nokia to look forward and develop a new product that would make the world say: "Wow! We never thought of that!"