This Symbian-powered handset features a 3.2-megapixel camera, 2.6-inch touchscreen display, 160MB built-in memory, M2 card slot (512MB included), 802.11b Wi-Fi, and USB 2.0 connectivity. Continue reading for a video. Here’s the bottom line:

When put next to the P990, the P1 reduces the size, removes the dual-type keyboard and with the hybrid QWERTY allows for even faster text typing. P1 is not only successor of the M600, it is the successor of the P990 and it is a good one. Its main drawback is the tri-band GSM and single-band UMTS, but if you are in the supported frequencies, P1 will give you all the bells and whistles of a UIQ phone plus very good multimedia including music and video player, FM Radio and good 3MP auto-focus camera

[via Phonearena]