Nokia E90 and Nokia Prism: the Power Clash

By: Cera Paul

After doing such a terrific job in the mobile industry, Nokia has never shown a sign of slowing down. After winning the world of communication with some power products, Nokia is still on a hunt to bring out the best in communication and hence we have been showered with tools like Nokia E90 and the Nokia Prism.

Nokia E90 has already become much popular among the tech-savvy people. Marketed as the Nokia E90, the Nokia E90 Communicator is a smart-looking business phone running on Symbian OS Version 9.2. The fold-open design of the casing of the phone makes the device really a cool contrivance. Displays are amazing - 16 million internal colour screen (800 x 352 pixels) and 16 million external colour screen (240 x 320 pixels). With a built in 3.2 megapixel camera, you can freeze anything you feel like. With features like email (POP3, IMAP4 and SMTP), push email, email attachment editor and viewer, text to speech message reader, contacts with images, Nokia active notepad etc. the Nokia E90 turns into a complete business machine. Additional features include music player, FM radio, push-to-talk, handsfree speaker, voice commands, voice recording, voice dialling, Internet call voice over IP, 3G HSDPA, WLAN, USB 2.0, Bluetooth, Infrared, 128MB memory plus MicroSD memory card support etc.

Nokia has just released two mobile phones in its designer Prism category. Named as the Nokia 7500 Prism and the Nokia 7900 Prism, these two devices carry great aesthetic sense with supreme features. While the Nokia 7900 is a Quad Band 3G phone, the Nokia 7500 Prism is a Tri Band phone. Except weight and size, almost all the features in the two phones are similar. Common features include 2 megapixel camera with 8 x digital zoom, stereo music player, FM radio, web access, Bluetooth, EDGE, embedded Java games, downlaodable games.

Be it the Nokia Prism or Nokia E90 Communicator, both are feature rich, both are user-friendly. By choosing one, you could give a different angle to the way you communicate!

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