N97 from Nokia is as intuitive as you would like it to be.
Mobile phones are portable communication devices that are so small in size that they easily fit into one's pocket and can be used to make phone calls
from any location and at any time. With the rapid ongoing development in communication and information technology, now mobile phones have
become multi-faceted and are increasingly being used to access internet services through GPRS. The General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) is a new
value added, non-voice, packet based service that enables Mobile Phones to be used for sending and receiving data over an Internet Protocol
(IP)-based network. GPRS, with it's always on capability, acts as a data bearer for wireless access to data networks such as the internet, allowing
users to access e-mail and other Internet applications with their WAP enabled Mobile Phones.
Today, the majority of the mobile phones have GPRS capabilities. Nokia N97 is a state-of-the-art mobile phone, which is described by Nokia as the
world's most technologically capable mobile computer that will bring a complete transformation in the area of how people connect to the Internet and
with each other. It is primarily designed for the Internet user community with features such as 3.5" touch screen display and a complete QWERTY
keyboard, providing an â€˜always open' window to popular social networking websites and other commonly used internet destinations.
Nokia has introduced some very advanced technology into N97, which boasts of multiple sensors, memory, processors and connection speeds thus
making it possible to create a very personal Internet and even share the "social location". The concept of "social location" is the ability of N97 to
intelligently sense its geographical location with the help of the above-mentioned A-GPS sensors and an electronic compass. It makes possible the
updating of social networks with real-time information giving friends the ability to display and update their "status" and share their "social location" as
well as any