This is what I used for on-the-go tech in 2003 sitting in a café in Madrid. A Psion 5mx and a brick Nokia mobile phone The Psion had a great form factor that had a keyboard that was just big enough for touch-typing and small enough to fit into a jacket pocket. It also had the wonderful benefit of being distraction-free.
Not forgetting the camera, a Canon Powershot S30. A remarkably pocketable device for the time.
In order to back up its claim that PureView low light performance is â€œunbeatableâ€, Nokia set up a â€œphoto challengeâ€ booth at its launch party and invited passers-by to pit their cameraphones against the Lumia 920. The challenge involved shooting a photograph of a still life setup stuffed inside a dark cubby hole in a brick wall.
One sample comparison shows the performance is clearly impressive.
This makes me think there may be a reason to switch to Nokia during my next phone upgrade.