Excerpt: In April of 2005, Nokia announced a new line of mobile phones called the Nseries which focused on new multimedia technologies such as 3G, Carl Zeiss Optics, megapixel image sensors, and large amounts of memory.
Conclusion: Were it not for Nokia, those who need a smartphone but also want a great camera would be sulking in the corner. The N90 is both a powerful smartphone with full syncing capabilities and a multimedia treat.
Conclusion: The N90 is clearly an evolutionary step in the merging of the cell phone and camera, rather than a destination. A number of 2-MP cell cams with superior ergonomics and better optics are beginning to make their way into stores, and this trend will continue until manufacturers happen upon a successful...
Pros: Good digital camera with 2MP resolution; rotating lens and screen; EDGE network and world compatible
Cons: Bulky; heavy; uneven video recording; non-standard headphone jack; hard to find; expensive
Summary: Classic management strategy is to form something, and then (brain)storm it to improve the product. With the N-Series phones, Nokia is clearly out of the forming stage and into the storming. With the N90, a design team has sat down and decided to make the best camera phone possible.
Summary: As for the connection quality the device is a typical representative of Nokia smartphones with no serious problems. As compared with the Nokia 6680 the phone gained some significant advantages.
Summary: The N90 is certainly an excellent camera phone but its size and weight and extremely slow interface, amongst other issues, leave a lot to be desired. At this inflated price, we expect much better.
Pros: 2.0 Megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and autofocus, external screen, distinctive design, crisp internal screen with high resolution, display light sensor
Cons: Size and weight, small displays, lack of regular headphone jack, poor external speaker, extremely slow interface, no vibration, poor sound quality for MP3’s, slow loading times at start-up, expensive