CARLSBAD, Calif.--Nokia's CEO showed off a device on Wednesday that looked every bit as sexy as something from Apple, Palm, or Research In Motion.
The N97 has a large touch screen, built-in cameras, a text-to-speech reader, FM transmitter, 32GB of built-in memory, mapping, and all other kinds of bells and whistles.
The biggest problem, at least for people in the U.S., is that like many Nokia phones, the N97 will only be sold here separate from phone service. That means it is sold unsubsidized, in this case with a $699 sticker price.
However, CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo told … Read more