Summary: The E-90 and the last 2 unlocked phones I bought from Nokia do not enjoy the quality of prior phones. Nokia knows about certain design flaws that make actually talking and hearing on their phones impossible.
Nokia N90 - Not for Me, But Tons of Bells & Whistles!
26 October 2005
Summary: The Nokia N90 has gotten tons of attention - blogs, press, fans, etc. Apparently its the hottest cell phone on the market (at least overseas - though you can buy unlocked on eBay) and its price reflects it!
Excerpt: I've had a Nokia Communicator since the original Nokia 9000 Communicator in 1996, through the Nokia 9110, 9210 and 9500. When this came out I was looking forward to it, however sadly I was not as overawed as I had been with its forerunners.
If you plan on using in the office this is the phone for you, but on the move stear clear.
7 August 2010
Excerpt: I bought a Nokia E90 for work, having a full size keyboard I thought would be easier for sending texts and the lage screen easy to pick up/view emails and on the whole this is true. However the phone is heavy and at times quite cumbersome especially if you are using it on the move as it were.
Excerpt: truly a mobile business tool - well done Nokia - under stated to say the least in the current climate of the iPhone and ect ... down side its big and bulky and very expensive to buy sim free -
Summary: The Nokia E90 is an impressive piece of kit. It is fully buzzword compliant and has an excellent build quality. The phone feels really nice to hold, its bulk is reassuring rather than getting in the way. The most impressive part of the device is the screen.
Not the phone for me, the N95 does all the same things at half of the price
19 September 2007
Excerpt: Ive worked for a telecoms company for the last 5 years and the Nokia E90 communicator is the phone that everyone is talking about. The Communicator is the latest addition by Nokia based primarily for executive use, basically another business phone with lots of features thats most people will never...