Nokia’s latest 3G handset has more to offer the Pocket Gamer than most handsets, with a high-resolution 320 x 240 display and stereo speakers, making it ideal for entertaining you on those long bus journeys. It’ll be tough enough to withstand being thrown in a bag or stuffed into a pocket when not in use, too, thanks to its steel frame. But if you’re expecting a real heavyweight, you’ll be pleasantly surprised; it tips the scales at 110g, just 15g more than Motorola’s slimline Razr.
The usual 3G accoutrements are present and correct; a 2 megapixel camera and digital music player round out an impressive specification. And the fact that it’s a Nokia, and therefore running the Symbian operating system, means it’ll be widely compatible when it comes to games.
It’s expected to cost around £250 when it arrives in spring, 2006.