Nokia N93 Golf: High Tech Caddies From Nokia

By: Caitlin Lucy

It is another thing to reach the top and quite another to remain there for a long period of time. Companies have to be on their toes to keep innovating and tapping new niche markets. In this regards, Global leader in mobile phone manufacturing - Nokia, has not left any stone unturned to maintain its position. In one such niche market centric move, Nokia have launched a golf centric version of the Nokia N93 under the name Nokia N93 Golf. Nokia has long being associated with this game. Any golf enthusiast would know that Nokia N series is the official sponsor of European PGA Tour for 2006 and 2007. Therefore, a smartphone from this Finnish manufacturers aimed to aid all golfers is not much of a surprise.



The Nokia N93 Golf has all the functionality of the Nokia N93. Features, technical specifications as well as dimensions are just as the normal Nokia N93 offering. However, the Nokia N93 Golf includes a Pro Session Golf application and a golf instruction CD. With this application, one can capture his swings through a special golf specific video mode. Once recorded, you can analyze it frame by frame and easy drawing tools. You may compare your actions with others using a split screen and can even send and receive swings, drills and lessons from others.

Golfer training skills apart, this Symbian smartphone is a strong connectivity and multimedia device. The triband handset is equipped with 3G technology that allows you to make video calls. High speed mobile internet connectivity through 3G, EDGE and GPRS, WiFi, local transfer aand synchronization of data via Bluetooth, Infrared and USB - the handset has virtually everything one need for a upwardly mobile lifestyle. The high end 3.2 megapixel camera module of the Nokia N93 Golf is counted among the best in the business. This handset is perfect for those who are driven by the best - be it work or play.

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