I haven't had a Nokia phone in awhile, but what I really do like about their handsets is the fact that they are tried, tested, and true — did you spot all of them in Confessions of a Shopaholic? I happened to get my hands on Nokia's latest handset, the N79, and was amazed at how such a tiny phone (the size of a chocolate bar) can be jam-packed with so many features.
Just looking at aesthetics to start off, the N79 can be personalized with five different colored Xpress-on smart covers for different looks. And once you snap on the new cover, your screen will automatically change to match the exterior color — you'll see below that the red cover instantly updated my screen to red as well!
The screen is much tinier than I'm used to with the iPhone and BlackBerry Curve, but it does feature a built-in accelerometer with auto-screen rotation so you can make your screen an inch or two wider. Aside from a 4GB microSD card, WiFi, stereo speakers, and a touch-sensitive naviwheel, the N79 also comes with a 5-megapixel autofocus camera, built-in GPS, and geotagging functionality. It hasn't reached the U.S as of yet, but I'm sure it will be making its way within the next few months. Stay tuned!