Evolution of the Nokia Communicator, from someone who knows a thing or two about Nokia Communicators.

I’ve owned and liked all of them in different eras, but I think I’d have to pass on the E90 and 9300 – I’ve become too used to modern conveniences like:

  • over-the-air firmware updates
  • microUSB charging
  • decent cameras
  • 3.5mm audio jacks
  • high speed USB
  • the extra codecs and usability tweaks that came with S60 3rd Edition FP2 and beyond (e.g. WMV/H.264 support for video)
  • quad band GSM and triband 3G
  • smaller and lighter hardware

…to give them up! 

I’m starting to think that the N97 Mini will be my next phone, and first “Communicator”.

I just wish Nokia would make a white one…

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