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PUBLISHED ON September 2005

Nokia N90

Discontinued
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This phone is not compatible with any US GSM operator.

    Construction
    Dimension112x51x24mm (4.41x2.01x0.94")
    Weight173gr (6.1oz)
    Form FactorClamshell
    Material
    Colors
    Usability
    Display Resolution352x416px
    Display Size35x41mm (1.38x1.61") ~259PPI
    Display Diagonal2.1"
    Display Type256K TFT
    Secondary Display Resolution128x128px
    InputNavigation Joystick / Button
    Numeric Keypad
    Talk Time3 hours
    Standby Time12 days, 2 hours
    OSSymbian v8.1
    JavaMIDP 2.0
    Vibration
    RingtonePolyphonic
    Hardware
    ChipsetTI OMAP 1710
    Processor220MHz ARM926EJ-S
    GPU
    Ram48MB
    Internal Memory10MB
    External MemoryDV RS-MMC
    Camera Resolution2 Megapixel
    Camera FlashLED
    Camera LensCarl Zeiss Camera Optics
    Optical Zoom
    Front Camera
    Front Camera Flash
    Other Functionalities
    SpeakerMono
    Battery Capacity760mAh
    Battery Type
    Connectivity
    WIMAX
    WiFi
    UPnP
    NFC
    USBv2.0
    Bluetoothv1.2
    Positioning System
    TV Receiver
    TV Out
    Audio Output
    Radio
    Ethernet
    Infrared
    Cellular Network
    Network CompatibilityGSM 1800, 1900, 900
    UMTS 2100
    SIM CardsMini
    PTTPTT
    HSCSD
    GPRSClass 10
    EDGEClass 10
    AMPS
    CDMA2000 1xEV-DO
    US Operators
    AT&T
    GSM 1900
    T-Mobile US
    GSM 1900
    Verizon
    Sprint Nextel
    VARIOUS
    Price Range
    Nokia N90 photo

    World Compatibility

    worldwide compatibility
    N/A
    2G
    3G
    3.5G
    4G

    REVIEWS

    83 out of 100
    CNET
    It's a startling combination of image capture, music playback, and communications capabilities in a clever but bulky Transformers-like package. However, at more than $900 for an unlocked model, the Nokia N90 is not for the faint of wallet. read more
    80 out of 100
    TechRadar
    As much a camera as a phone, the N90 benefits from decent photo capture, two screens and an unmatched ability to edit and share what you shoot. But it's a big beast of a device. read more
    77 out of 100
    CNET Asia
    The N90 is well-suited to offer 3G, imaging and multimedia functions in one mean package, provided you can live with its slow speeds and various other minor flaws. (source page not available anymore)
    75 out of 100
    Digital Trends
    The N90 is clearly an evolutionary step in the merging of the cell phone and camera, rather than a destination.. (source page not available anymore)
    75 out of 100
    Techhive
    It's expensive for a phone, but the N90 could substitute for your digital camera and camcorder in a pinch. read more
    40 out of 100
    Good Gear Guide
    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. read more
    N/A out of 100
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    N/A out of 100
    GSMArena
    The best display on the market; 2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics; Symbian OS; multimedia player; memory card slot; voice recognition; Bluetooth EDGE; 3G network support ... And all this in just a single phone , the futuristic clamshell Nokia N90. read more

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