Nice to see that Nokia is accepting that the HTC form factor works for many people. This includes the tilting screen (as seen in the TYTN II), the comfortable side-out keyboard (as seen on many, many phones in the past), the automatic screen orientation that works via the internal accelerometer built in.
On of the biggest things that I should credit Nokia on is the USB charging. I can’t believe it took them so long. All my recent phones (except the iPhone) have had this and it’s been a life saver on call-busy days, one charger or PC usb cable to charger everything.