The rumors say that the E90 will operate on Nokia’s upgraded S60 Symbian OS which will support both the large (probably QVGA) external display and the giant internal wide landscape display, which is rumored to be 800x352 pixels resolution. The E90 will have dual-hinge (side opening) which will allow to half-open it as the ENV for example or fully open it, making it flat – the large display is on the one part, while the full QWERTY is on the other.
Other features will include Wi-Fi, and it will also have 3.2-megapixel camera, but we guess there would also be a version without the camera module.
Expect our hands-on experience with the Nokia E90 Communicator from 3GSM in Barcelona, where we expect Nokia to showcase the device.
The N7x line-up is part of the N-Series multimedia phones aimed at the mass market, with N8x and N9x series aimed at more specific segments.
The phone, expected to be called the N77, is set to be unveiled at the 3GSM mobile communications trade show in Barcelona next week.
It will be able to receive TV signals broadcast in DVB-H technology, one of the most popular of the many new digital broadcast formats for mobile devices.
"Immediately when the phone prices reach the 200-300 euro price point, mobile television goes mass market," the source said.
Harri Mannisto, a director in Nokia's Multimedia unit, declined to comment on the possible product launch.
Also, according to industry insiders the Nokia E90 Communicator will be unveiled at the 3GSM World Congress. The handset would include a number of high end features like; HSDPA, EDGE, WiFi, QWERTY keyboard, 2 megapixel camera and miniUSB support.