Nokia N90 Not In Stock?

Posted: Nov 26 2005, 7:43am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:50pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
Nokia N90 Not In Stock?
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As reported, Ritz Camera started to sell the Nokia N90. Ritz Camera is currently the only retailer, who is offering the Nokia N90.

I4U Reader John ordered a Nokia N90 under the assumption it would ship to him immediately. After a couple days Ritz Camera advised him, that the delivery date is undetermined. Still, Ritz Camera is featuring the Nokia N90 prominently on their home page without any remark that the product would not ship right away. So what is going on?

Has anybody got their Nokia N90? If there is a supply issue or shortage, Ritz Camera would not like to have to admit this. They loose exclusivity for the Nokia N90 in December, when also CompUSA and Neiman Marcus are selling the N90. 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. It is selling for $399.99 with activation at Ritz Camera.

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