New Nokia N90 2MP Twist Phone With Carl Zeiss Optics

Posted: Apr 27 2005, 7:42am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:46pm CDT, in Mobile Phones


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New Nokia N90 2MP Twist Phone with Carl Zeiss Optics

Another new multi-media phone in the new Nokia Nseries is the Nokia N90.

The Nokia N90 features a 2 mega-pixel digital camera with autofocus and 20x digital zoom, integrated flash, macro mode for sharp close-ups, and high quality video capture with on-phone editing capabilities.
Facilitated by its two screens, the Nokia N90 features two modes for photo and video capture. Twisting the unique rotating camera barrel, and automatically the 2 megapixel camera is ready to shoot photos. The cover display (128 x 128 pixels) of up to 65,536 colors works as a viewfinder.
Unfolding and twisting the main display (352 x 416 pixels), and the Nokia N90 is ready to shoot video in MP4 format using the high-resolution (352 x 416 pixels) 262,144 color landscape display as a viewfinder. Photos and videos can be stored on the 31MB internal memory or the 64 MB in-box RS-MMC.

Based on the leading Series 60 Platform, the Nokia N90 is a tri-band phone for GSM 900/1800/1900, EDGE and WCDMA networks, and is expected to be available in the second quarter of 2005.
More details in Nokia press-release.

New Nokia N90 2MP Twist Phone with Carl Zeiss Optics Future Technology News technology Review

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