Nokia N98 expect good sales with Symbian 3 handset
04/08/2010

As the Nokia handset sales in the UK have been dipping down in the wake of loss of 2.2 percentage points, the focus has been shifted to the Symbain mobiles. In fact, the total drop has been registered at 36.4%, which is significant.

Online PR News – 08-April-2010 – – Nokia N98 Symbian3 has been released in the wake of consolidating the current market, which is not responding positively for the manufacturer.

As one of the most reliable sources has suggested that the upcoming flagship is intended to run on the new open-source Symbian^3 software platform, the phone might do wonders for the manufacturer.

Despite the fact that the handset has not been confirmed yet, the sources are known to be reliable to a very large extent.

The specifications do match the expectations, which amounts to 4" multi-touch display, a 12 megapixel camera wit Carl Zeiss optics, and host of other modern features.

The phone also gives you an opportunity to interact with HDMI-out, and its other valuable components also give relevance to this Nokia smartphone.

As technological advancement is always there and especially if it is Nokia, the manufacturer has come up with a superior technology, Nokia N98 is better than its predecessor N97. N98 is understood to bear a full touchscreen form factor, which is capable of making things happen.

The storage capacity is also good and the support for microSD memory card is also relevant as far as as the SIM card slot is concerned.

The camera of this phone is going to be of 12 megapixel, which is assumed as of now. However, we will have to wait and see to get the complete picture.