Mobile phones news: Nokia N97 "transforms the internet"
3 June 2009 — 8:29 AM
A new mobile phone from Nokia "transforms the internet" for its users, it has been claimed.
The manufacturer, which announced that the handset will be available from this month in more than 75 countries, said it enables users to completely tailor the web to suit their tastes and requirements.
Different widgets can provide shortcuts to news and social networking sites, while the Ovi Store provides a place for consumers to directly access free and paid-for entertainment.
This gateway also allows them to shop online and view useful information such as weather forecasts.
"Fuelled by a multitude of music, maps, games, media and applications via Ovi ... the Nokia N97 is an important step towards our vision of delivering a highly personalised internet experience," explained Nokia NSeries vice-president and head Jonas Geust.
Meanwhile, those who have earned some cash via mobile phone recycling might want to check out another recently unveiled handset from the manufacturer.
The company said is planned to start shipping the Nokia 6730 Classic this month.
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