Yesterday, I've received developer kit with Nokia N950. After almost day of using it, it is time to share first experiences.
The phone feels big and heavy to me (just to clarify, this is my first touch screen phone). Well at least when compared to Nokia E52 I used up to now. However it is still acceptable to bring it with me in pocket. Having real keyboard is great, because typing on touchscreen is not really comfortable (what is not specialty of this phone, but applies to all touchscreen phones).
Included software does the "basic" things well (as in basic things for smartphone, including maps, music player, web browser,...), in the end the device was shipped to develop applications, so I did not even expect to have that much. What really surprised me was migration of data from my old phone, it was able to fetch all I wanted including SMS messages.
For typing on touchscreen I found very useful swype. Check this http://swypeinc.com/tips-tricks.html
I couldn't imagine that writing on touchscreen should be ever so easy. It's preinstalled on all Samsung Android phones.