Nokia N93...technology Overloaded!

By: Keith Rickwood

With N93, a Smartphone, cellular czar Nokia adds another feather to its cap. The phone is indeed a trendsetter with its sleek black looks and twist & rotating screen action.

The Nokia N93 uses S60 Symbian advanced open standard operating system, the latest of its kind. It includes integrated PIM functionality, a multi-tasking multithreaded core, and application engines.

Nokia N93 offers great connectivity and networking with Bluetooth v2.0, 3G, USB 2.0, Pop Port and EDGE. It operates on tri band GSM (900, 1800, 1900) & WCDMA 2100 networks, and is TV compatible via WiFi and UPnP technology.

In terms of imaging, N93 boasts of a 3.2 megapixel camera using Carl Zeiss optics lens with 20x digital zoom and autofocus. A QVGA 262k Colour Screen with 320×240 pixels resolution ensures clarity while viewing. The video recorder and player provide DVD-like quality videos. You can add effects to your videos with Adobe Premiere Elements 2.0 editing software, and share them using MPEG4. N93 also has the video calling feature using a CIF camera. To store all these, N93 has 50Mb memory with MiniSD memory card.

N93 brings delight for music buffs with Music player in MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+ & WMA formats; along with Media Player, Visual Radio, Stereo FM Radio, MP3 ringtones etc. The sound quality is awesome, and it comes with stereo speakers and stereo headsets. The voice features of this phone include voice command, voice dialling and voice recorder.

Apart from all this, an array of other features like MMS, Email (SMTP, IMAP4 & POP3), Java (downloadable) games adorn N93. The battery offers about 5 hours talktime and 240 hours standby.

All these features incorporated in a 180g chrome edged sophisticated case is wondrous! A number of networks like O2, T-mobile etc offer Nokia contract phones. You can get your hands on this masterpiece through these networks. So go ahead!!

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