Motorola MILESTONE VS Nokia N97

5:21 AM Edited by Blony

The Motorola MILESTONE and Nokia N97 are two mini computers to be carried in users’ pockets. Both of these high end smartphones have stretched human imaginations and have been able to put together several outstanding attributes in superbly attractive attires.

Both of these amazing tools carry full QWERTY keypad in their slide out slab. The 3.7 inches TFT capacitive touch screen which supports 16 million colors at 480 x 854 pixels of Motorola Milestone is giving a good competition to Nokia N97’s 3.5 inches TFT widescreen touch screen that comes with 16 million colors as well at 360 x 640 pixels resolution. Proximity sensor for auto turn-off and accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate are mutually available features in them, while the first one has got multi-touch input method and the second one can recognize handwriting. The MILESTONE is of 115.8 x 60 x 13.7 mm in dimensions weighing 165 grams whereas the Nokia N97 is of 117.2 x 55.3 x 15.9 mm with 150 grams of weight.

The 5 mega pixel camera of Motorola MILESTONE with functionalities like Dual LED Flash, Auto Focus, Image Stabilizer, Photo Geo Tagging is giving a neck-to-neck competition to Nokia N97’s 5 mega pixel camera loaded with Carl Zeiss Tessar Lens, Dual LED Flash, Auto Focus, Video Streaming facilities. The latter one has got an upper hand here as it carries a secondary video call camera which is absent in the former one. Media playback is an expected feature where the fist gadget gives support to MPEG4, WMV, H263 & H264 video files and MP3, eAAC+, WAV & WMA music files and the second one can play PEG4, H264 & QCIF video files and MP3, AAC, eAAC, eAAC+ & WMA music files on their video players and music players.

Accessing the Internet through these competitors will be a never before experience as the Motorola’s handset has got Google Search feature with its HTML browser and the Nokia’s tool has been able to bag WAP 2.0, X-HTML, HTML browsers along with RSS feeds feature. 3G HSDPA, Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP, Micro USB, EDGE, WLAN Wi-Fi with UPnP Support are the commonly available data sharing and connectivity technologies.

Via The Mobile Blog


  1. Mat said...

    i for sure think the android OS is where it's at. I can't wait to see what they do with tablet like hardware.