If you're a prospective smartphone owner and have come from a desktop computers or another, larger handheld with full keyboards, you may be more than a little wary of trying to get text into your device using Nokia's 'predictive text'. How can typing on a numeric keypad be fast enough for day to day use? And how can your smartphone know all the words in your own highly personal vocabulary?
Any smartphone owner with children will have let them 'play' with your device from time to time. The main worry, of course, is how to stop them accidentally deleting your contacts or emails, but another problem is that not all of your multimedia content might be suitable for young eyes and ears. From suggestive music videos to violent film clips, there are a number of reasons why you probably don't want your children to access all your media. But Gallery, helpfully, lists everything it can find on your device. How can you stop it doing this, short of deleting all your favourite files?
The Nokia N72 specifications are not at the cutting edge - there is no 3G or WiFi, 'only' a 2 megapixel camera, a 'low' resolution screen, and it runs the 'old' version of S60 (2nd Edition). However this phone has it's own significance and it should outsell any of the other Nseries devices announced thus far. Rafe looks in more detail at the recently announced Nokia N72.