Nokia preloads the Nuron with Ovi Maps, so that you get maps for the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, voice-guided navigation, Lonely Planet city guides, and more--all included in the price of the phone. It's also the first smartphone from a U.S. carrier to come preloaded with the Ovi Store.
To keep the phone's cost down, Nokia left a few features off the Nuron, including Wi-Fi and a higher-end camera.
The display has a built-in accelerometer so you get both an onscreen portrait and landscape keyboard. However, the screen's smaller size makes typing on the keyboard feel a bit cramped and we wish the screen was capacitive instead of resistive since the latter isn't as sensitive to touch as we like.