Saturday, December 15, 2007


Nokia N93 i Mobile PhoneThe Nokia N93 performs like a multi-functional smartphone, sporting capabilities for high-quality video recording and boastind optical zoom Nokia N93i is absolutely the same as its predecessor as to its specification and its smaller size and definitely sexier look are the noticeable changes. A major difference is easily spotted is the new design. There is a unique flipping style that the Nokia N93i is also capable of.

The N93i includes an integrated 3.2-megapixel camera with a 3x optical zoom and LED flash, plus a rotating viewfinder. Flipping the screen to its side automatically changes the orientation of the image to landscape mode and while rotating it upwards automatically puts the phone into camera mode. The main display measures about 2.4 inches, with a 320 x 240 pixel resolution and 16 million colours, which is a major improvement over the older N93’s 262K-colour screen. The N93i also comes with a lot of useful gear, which includes a travel charger and headset, Nokia connectivity and video-out cables, and a 1GB miniSD card on top of the N93i’s built-in 50MB storage space.

Nokia has kept the standard Symbian S60 3rd Edition user interface, which looks amazing and is very simple to use thanks to the high-resolution display. Connecting to a TV is a plug-and-play affair, and you’re able to view the whole user interface of the phone on the TV.

There’s 3x optical zoom and up to 8x digital, and at the highest quality, the 1GB SD card should allow roughly 45 minutes of recording. With this much storage on board, you can easily store over 500 still images with a maximum 2048 x 1536 resolution. Connectivity is taken care of with tri-band GSM support, 3G, Bluetooth 2.0, infrared and Wi-Fi (802.11b/g) as standard as well as ports for USB and TV-out. Nokia has provided an integrated FM radio and music player with the support for MP3, AAC, M4A, eAAC+ and AAC+ formats.

Connecting to Wi-Fi is simple, it lists the networks it detects, you enter the wireless encryption key, and the phone is connected. The high-resolution display and Nokia’s in-built web browser make the internet experience reasonably good for a phone. By moving to a slimmer design Nokia has shrunk the size of its battery, which is now a 950mAh BL-5F unit.


* Transformer-style folding
* Superb screen
* Optical zoom
* Excellent Web browsing
* Good music
* Wi-Fi
* Great user interface


* Chunky size
* Poor build quality
* Prone to scratch
* Weak flash
* Meager battery life

The Nokia N93i 3G smartphone isn’t a major step over the previous N93, but it has all the features to please most power users including Wi-Fi and a 3.2-megapixel camera with the Carl Zeiss lens. . The design is much neater in terms of everything.

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