Nokia Announces Nokia N90 Availability At Ritz Camera

Posted: Nov 21 2005, 9:12am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:49pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
Nokia Announces Nokia N90 Availability at Ritz Camera
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Nokia announced today that Ritz Camera is selling the Nokia N90 in stores and online.

Ritz Camera sells the Nokia N90 right now for $399.99 with activation of a plan from T-Mobile. Without a plan the Nokia N90 sells for $699.99.

Nokia introduced the N90 in April. The 2MP Nokia N90 features a Carl Zeiss optics and advanced digital camera features like autofocus, integrated LED flash, macro mode for sharp close-ups and on-device photo editing capabilities. The Nokia N90 also features VHS resolution video recording in MP4 format.
For Nokia to sell the N90 at Ritz Camera first, is another way to underline the camera qualities of the N90. The Nokia N90 was named American Photo's Editor's Choice for "Breakthrough" product this year and recently received a "Best of What's New" 2005 award from Popular Science magazine.
In December also CompUSA and Neiman Marcus will sell the Nokia N90.
More details in this Nokia press-release

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