The N90 is Nokia’s latest attempt at providing a camera ready mobile imaging device, the question is does the N90 meet expectations?
First of all, this device supports both 3G (WCDMA) and 2G (GSM) networks, as well as Bluetooth, GPRS, EDGE and USB data transfer platforms. WAP, MMS, SMS/EMS, email and instant messaging support is also included with the N90.
Other features include 31MB internal memory, push-to-talk, Java, Office applications, and both internal (352x416px TFT LCD) and external (128x128px) displays.
However, the fundamental characteristics that separates the N90 from the rest of the N-series handsets, as well as the rest of the competing market, is the unique twisting clam-shell design, which incorporates a 2mpx Carl Zeiss digital camera (includes auto-focusing), as well as external memory card support, allowing users to store a number of high resolution photos (the N90 is capable of taking images up to 1600x1200px in resolution) as well as recording video footage.
The N90 measures in at 112x51x24mm and weighs 173 grams, and is currently available for purchase.