Nokia N93i - a Special Gift for Specials

By: michael

The Nokia N93i is a amazingly exotic mobile phone with all the works of a real digital camcorder. This 3G technology based phone with a folding mechanism runs on a Symbian operating system with S60 3.0 software. The biggest strength of the phone is its 3.2 megapixel camera with a Carl Zeiss lens, 3 x optical zoom, 20 x digital zoom, and autofocus. The phone has a powerful video recorder with 3 x optical zoom and 8 x digital zoom, which provides the perfect reason for mobile users to exercise their film making skills. The phone also features a secondary camera for users to make video calls. This Tri Band phone has a media player and a real player for optimum musical experience in various music formats.

Connectivity tools on the Nokia N93i like 3G, Bluetooth, USB 2.0, pop port, infra red, and WLAN allow users to enjoy a high speed data sharing experience with other compatible devices. The phone also incorporates XHTML and HTML browsers for an easier access to the world of Internet.

Leading mobile phone manufacturer Nokia has set the trail ablaze with some of their revolutionary phones, and the Nokia N93i is their specialist in the camera phone genre. The Nokia N93i is a 3G phone with a Symbian S60 3.0 software based operating system that boasts of a 3.2 megapixel camera enumerating 3 x optical zoom, 20 x digital zoom, Carl Zeiss lens, and autofocus. The video recorder of the phone has a 3 x optical zoom and 8 x digital zoom with smart features like scene settings and Adobe Premiere Elements 3.0 to display DVD quality videos on its TFT colour screen. The screen of this clamshell phone can be swivelled to the user's desired angle. This Tri Band phone incorporates connectivity tools like Bluetooth, USB 2.0, Pop Port, infra red, and WLAN along with XHTML and HTML browsers to connect to the Internet. The digital music player of the phone gives out good quality music in MP3 and true tones.

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