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Nokia N90


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UMTS / GSM 900 / GSM 1800 / GSM 1900
2Q, 2005
Dimensions: 112 x 51 x 24 mm
Weight: 173 g
Type: TFT, 256K colors
Size: 352 x 416 pixels, 35 x 41 mm
- Second external TFT, 65K colors display (128 x 128 pixels)
- 90 deg rotating screen
- 5-way navigation key
- Side joystick
Type: Polyphonic (64 channels), Monophonic, MP3, True Tones
Customization: Composer, download , order now
Vibration : No
Phonebook: In shared memory, 30 fields, Photo call
Call records: Yes
Card slot: RS-DV-MMC, 64 MB card included, hotswap
- 31 MB shared memory for applications, SMS, MMS, ringtones
OS: Symbian OS 8.1a , Series 60 UI
GPRS: Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots), 32 - 48 kbps
Messaging: SMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging
Clock: Yes
Alarm: Yes
Infrared port: No
Games: Yes,Java downloadable , order now
Camera: 2 MP, 1600x1200 pixels, Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus, video, flash, put your photo on your mobile
- Bluetooth v1.2
- EDGE: Class 10, 236.8 kbps
- 3G: 384 kbps
- Push to talk
- Java MIDP 2.0
- Video calling and download
- MP3/AAC/MPEG4 player
- WAP 2.0
- xHTML/HTML browser
- Pop-Port with USB
- T9
- Voice command/memo
- PIM including calendar, to-do list and printing
Standard battery, Li-Ion 760 mAh (BL-5B)
Stand-by: Up to 290 h
Talk time: Up to 3 h

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#1 tatoo 2011-04-04 15:48
10.02.2006 07:47

I just bought the nokia n90 here in the US for T-mobile service. I have had the phone for about a week and it is great! The pictures are amazing. The programs on the phone are great as well. You can create movies with your pictures and videos on your phone with ease with templates and music and then transfer them to you computer to share with friends. I have not had a chance to use the video calling yet since t-mobile does not support that function yet. But I cant wait to give that a try. I ...
#2 vher 2011-04-04 15:48
26.04.2006 22:49

it's worth it..
#3 CZ 2011-04-04 15:49
02.06.2006 08:23

I just got the nokia n90 , this phone is really hot, pls don't believe what anyone else is saying about the phone been slow that's completely untrue, I've not had any problems with the nokia n90, it never stalled on me while i used it, browsing through the menus was a breeze, i didn't have any problems with the camera or recording, the pciture quality is superb compared to other phone, though i heard about a new sony ericsson phone that's got a better video and imaging quality, the sound is rich and clear, though it doesn't have a vibration mode, i think its ok, cos the vibration would affect and possibly damage the camera lens, I'm hoping to keep this phone for a while, i heard other users complain about the weight of the nokia n90, the weight is just fine, its not that heavy , the only point I'd agree with which most people complained about is the size, the size kinda put me off a little when i placed it on my desk, but when you flick the phone into the transformer mode it changes everything well done nokia, the nokia n90 is good, but give us your best, i expect to see a nokia n series phone with a vibration mode and more memory.
#4 Hans 2011-04-04 15:50
10.06.2006 06:02


- It scratches easily. Dropped it once [height: waist down.] and the camera jutted out.
- It restarts every now and then, for reasons I don't understand. Also, when you restart, it goes to default profile and camera settings.
- I have two sim cards and when I switch, it has this annoying thing wherein it stays in offline mode until I remove the battery before restarting.
- Not having vibration isn't all that bad-- since it's so big that you can't make it fit into your pocket, you're going to have to put it in your bag anyway. Problem is though, speakers are kind of weird [not to mention weirdly placed.], so sometimes it's loud, sometimes it's not, sometimes the sound quality is excellent, sometimes it sucks.
- I don't find the interface to be slow, though it takes a bit to view newly taken pictures-- but it's mostly because my memory card's full.
- I admit that I didn't really know what to look for in a phone before buying this, because my last one was a Nokia 3120 and I didn't really think that I had anything in specific in mind. I basically went for it because I loved the twisty thing, the supposedly phenomenal picture quality, the 3G and its Bluetooth. It's pretty rich in features though, and all I really want from it is infrared.
- About the camera... it's an okay camera. The pictures come out better than other camera phones's on a PC, but not so much better. Re-size them, because they look better smaller. Also, the pictures come out blurry a lot, or the flash is too bright. Sometimes you just can't find the right setting.

- The twistyness. Really, it's great.
- The display on the outside. During meetings or whatnot, I usually read my messages through it. When I'm too lazy to hold the phone, I put the call on loudspeaker and close the phone. It's pretty helpful.
- You can take pictures even if its closed-- though the quality is like 95% horrifying.
- The keys aren't hard to manipulate.
- It responds fairly well.
- Mine came with a 128MB memory card.
- You can't not love it. No, really, you can't. I really want the N92 because of its better features, or the N70 because of its two cameras... but I'm sticking with my N90. I really wish it were smaller though, like a Samsung.

OTHER COMMENTS - features include voice recorder, converter, calculator, Korean [I think.] dictionary, Quicksheet, Quickword, Quickpoint, Info Print, Adobe PDF, Notes, a small number of games, imaging tools... it's all good.
#5 pavel 2011-04-04 15:51
14.07.2006 07:11

Hi all, I have purchased a Nokia N90 and im very impressed, yes it was slightly bigger than what i expected however its performance is better than any of my other handsets that i have ranging from p910i to mda-pro (o2-exec). The Nokia Suite software is so easy to use and to use and there are no complicated "bits and bobs" to install, it simply does it for you. Its lack of vibration and infra red is a bit disappointing but who the hell wants to use IR anyway, its like the floppy discs of a CD-rom! so out dated. What i was impressed by is its auto focus, clip arts and movie editing software on the actual handset, along with quick and easy uploading of songs. to top it all off it even has its own virus scanner for those nasty viruses some people find funny to send around and its fire wall is always active to which you can change from low-med-high. its clever voice recognition system allows use for programs as well as contacts and even better, you don't have to pre record them, like microsoft sam, the voice recognition program recognizes anything you say eg. a contact is named Adam, you press and hold down the VRS button and say Adam and it will do it, like any other you may think, well think again, its that clever it learns how you pronounce words to ensure its accurate every time. other people can also use the system without having to pre-record a voice tag. Copying from and to the memory is also very quick, setting up hot keys on the handset is also easy to do, handset lock also on. Its an Amazing handset and id recommend to anyone.
#6 saadi 2011-04-04 15:51
22.10.2006 07:10

very good but there are no theams and software for nN 90
#7 Fx 2011-04-04 15:51
22.10.2006 08:24

There are themes for N90 on this site ;-)
#8 Mike 2011-04-04 15:51
19.11.2006 12:00

Had the phone over a week now. Other examples of the poorly designed interface (to add to those below). If you play music in the background with ear-phones on, the button on your headpiece wire does nothing and neither do the external buttons on the phone. So to change - say - the volume you must take the phone out of your pocket, open it, scroll through and find gallery, open the music player and then lower the volume. There is honestly no other way! And that's not all. If someone speaks to you, you have to go through this procedure to switch off the music. Even if you pull out the headset, the just music blares out loudly from the phone's speaker. In fact, the quickest way to shut off the music player is to shut down the phone or start making a call. What a basic design flaw. Another example: when you get to a letter on your address book, you cannot move on to the next letter by backspacing the name - this takes you back to 'A'. So to call "Simon" you have to press '7' four times to get to 'S' and then wade through a longer list that includes all second names and first names beginning with 'S'. On old nokias you press '8' for 'T' backspace and scroll up a few. Making a call, like most simple things, now takes longer with this phone. They haven't spent much time designing this. It's a shame basic operations are less intuitive when you otherwise might enjoy the amazing features and great video camera. Nokia have got complacent in their operating system designs, just when others like Sony Eriksson have improved theirs. I suspect Nokia's sales will suffer sooner or later.
#9 K3 2011-04-04 15:52
20.01.2007 03:43

In 1 word toilet!! I got mine a few days ago, and had to send it back....... This thing is huge!! and severe problems with connectivity on bluetooth and usb cable. This thing has lots of bugs in the OS, and the nokia software which it needs to run on has lots more....! I'm a qualified PC technician it took me 3 days to even try and get this running somewhere near ok..... didn't happen!! Disappointing from nokia......!
#10 Muneeb 2011-04-04 15:52
01.10.2008 10:51

actually.....I have a hanging problem in n90......whenev er i switch on the phone.......aft er 3-4 mins...cell hangs,..... now i don understand that what should i do......i cannot even go in tools deeply/......b/ c it hangs.....can any body tell me its solution,...!!! !! :cry:
#11 PhonesNerd 2011-04-04 15:52
22.10.2008 06:02

Nokia N series are very slow. I used 3 phones from Nokia and will not use another product from Nokia ever again. It is very slow, especially Nokia N90. After 2 years of using this phone, it decided to stop functioned. All lights are completely off, will not hang up when you close the phone ... The only thing i could never figure out with this phone is how to use IM Apps, which T-mobile people are not that high tech, they couldn't help me either.

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