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FCC has just released the user manual for Nokia N97, the upcoming Nseries flagship which is to be out in June.

I’ve read through the manual and found some interesting elements.

First off, we can now set timed profiles, which means we can set it to a certain time within 24 hours and it will revert back to the previous profile after the set time.

From the manual we can also get to see the diagrams of how to slide out the full qwerty keyboard. Very simple instructions. hehe.

Here’s also something different from 5800. Users now have folders view in the photo gallery: captured. months, albums, tags, downloads and share online. Seems like the gallery menu has gone back to how it was in the N96 and other S60v3 devices.

Among all, I like this diagram the most. According to the manual, users have to rotate the device around all axes in a continuous movement in order to calibrate the built-in compass. Funny but fun.

Download the user manual in PDF format here.

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This is my 3rd post on the 5800.

This time, let’s look at the different types of input methods on the 5800.

Basically there’s 4:

- Handwriting (suitable to be used if you are not writing English)
- Full qwerty keyboard (for 2 hands usage)
- Mini qwerty keyboard (it can be dragged to any part of the screen, suitable to be used if you are left handed)
- Numeric keypad (same like the typical phone keypad… good for.. erm.. driving? LOL)

Here’s a video of the different types of input methods.


Prefer to watch it on Youtube? Click here.

NEXT UP!!! Playing Videos on the 5800 XpressMusic!

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