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Nokia 500 vs Nokia N97 mini

Nokia 500

Reasons to consider the 500

3.5G, symbian-os
Touchscreen type More touch sensitive screen Capacitive vs Resistive Capacitive screens are much more sensitive to the touch of your fingers
Multi-touch Suports multi-touch Yes vs No Use intuitive gestures such as pinch to zoom
Processor Faster processor Arm Arm11, 1000 MHz vs Arm Arm11, 434 MHz More powerful processor, snappier and more responsive (around 2.5x faster)
Weight Lighter 93 g vs 138 g More than 30% lighter
Standby time More standby time 21 days vs 13.3 days Around 60% more standby time, less frequent charging
Bluetooth Slightly newer bluetooth support 2.1 vs 2.0 Typically faster data transfer and lower power consumption connecting to other bluetooth devices
Nokia N97 mini

Reasons to consider the N97 mini

3.5G, Nokia Symbian OS 9.4
Keyboard Has a full keyboard QWERTY keyboard vs None A physical keyboard is great for emailing and typing in general
Internal storage More internal storage 7.8 GB vs 2 GB 4x more internal storage, which means more music, photos and movies

Competitors

Common Pros and Cons

Compared to recent cellphones

Pros Cons
GPS Have assisted GPS
Assisted GPS
compatibility-score Works with many headphones
1.0
Camera resolution Capture very high resolution images
5 MP
Screen PPI Sharp display of text, images and video
228 PPI
App store Both have an app store, makes it easy to add new games and programs
Easily get games and programs for your phone
FM Radio Both have built in FM radios to listen to news and music from FM stations
Listen to music from your favorite stations
App store App store(s) have fewer apps than some
Nokia Ovi Store
Numeric keypad Neither has a numeric keypad
Its often harder to dial numbers with a touch screen or keyboard
Wifi Slower wifi than average
802.11g (54 mbps)
Movie format Standard resolution video
500:480p @ 15fps
N97 mini:480p @ 30fps

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