Image from All About Symbian
- Big screen (the 8GB model has an even bigger and higher-res screen)
- Video out (moderately crummy, but better scanrate on the 8GB model)
- Standard mini-USB port for transferring files.
- Usual Nokia amenities such as working Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, mostly usable mail client, etc.
- Somewhat useful (if slow and crashy) 5 megapixel camera with passable (but by no means excellent) optics. Good, but not worth the expense.
- Slow, crashy, unreliable (and I'm talking about retail firmware versions for the standard edition)
- Huge. Not something you'd want to carry around in a suit pocket, or most jeans.
- Crummy plastics. The 8GB model only _looks_ better because it's black, but despite some moulding tweaks, it still feels cheap.
- Battery life is a disappointment - never lasted out the day for me. Hope the 8GB model fares better when I get to use one for an extended period.
- User interface is still horrendously complex.