The Nokia N93 is a smart phone by Nokia designed especially for multimedia use. It was introduced in April 2006 and released in July 2006.The Nokia N93 mobile phones started shipping on July 24th, 2006.It is the most advanced camera phone from Nokia at the time of its release.
Nokia N93 comes in 2 colours, pearl black and silver, however, there will also be a Nokia N93 Golf Edition which is preloaded with Pro Session Golf software to help improve golf skills.
The N93 has improved camera capabilities compared with the earlier N90. The phone has DVD-like video capture at 30 frames per second, a 3.2 megapixel camera, direct TV out connectivity, digital image stabilization, visual radio, close up mode, UPnP support, symbian application support, infrared, Bluetooth, fully HW accelerated Power 3D graphics from Imagination Technologies, Carl Zeiss optics and 3x optical zoom, comes standard with a full web browser as well as a 30 fps VGA-resolution video recording capability.
This handset is a movie making machine as well as being a smartphone, so in place of portability you get video recording par excellence, complete with the ability to show said videos at friends and family via a wired connection to your TV. The bundled Adobe Premiere Elements 2.0 software will further assist in burning your high-quality home videos onto DVDs. This is virtually a camcorder with a phone attached. Videos can be captured in MPEG4 format at 30 fps. An awesome phone which is worth buying!
Nokia presents an awesome mobile phone to undeniably replace the monopolist gadgets like digital cameras, music players and PDA’S, the Nokia N93; an asset to be proud upon! Packed with all the latest features, the Nokia N93 comes in remarkable designs and enviable functionalities. The Nokia N93 is an ideal gadget that lets you use varied fields of entertainment and business applications. The Nokia N93 offers the best mobile video and photography experience along with rich Internet communication functionalities.
The Nokia N93 bears the responsibility of being Nokia’s flagship ‘multimedia computer’ extremely well; at least until the N95 comes along in the first quarter of 2007!