Hi Dan, How do ya go about a Video call?? I had a Sharp 903 and it was THE BEST mobile phone EVER, i am not sure why i sold it!! So, do you think this will live up to my 903?? Thanks Timmy
One of the best phones from Nokia! It's very expensive here in Romania, knowing that the minimum salary is about 100$!!! If you can afford one then you're insane (459$!!!). It's not that much, if you count all of the technologies, but it's not just a mobile phone!!! It's absolutley fabulous!!!
How do ya do the video calling function tho? it has no internal camera!! Thanks
Hey, I just bought the nokia n90 here in the US for T-mobile service. I have had the phone for about a week and it is great! The pictures are amazing. The programs on the phone are great as well. You can create movies with your pictures and videos on your phone with ease with templates and music and then transfer them to you computer to share with friends. I have not had a chance to use the video calling yet since t-mobile does not support that function yet. But I cant wait to give that a try. I have not had any problems with this phone yet. It has been great.
And another question... How do ya doa video phone call?? it has no internal camera?? is the MP3 sound any good?? Thanks
Hi, I have a Sharp 903 that i have just sold, it was the BEST phone that i have ever had, I am looking to get a Nokia N90, What do you all think?? Is it worth the money?? Are the fratures good?? are there many faults and if there is... What?
I'm getting this phone soon, but i'm stuck with N92 and this phone. Although N92 is not out yet but i'm assured that N92's functions is better den N90. As for the price, i still think N90 is more reasonable and reachable for most families.
Dont buy 6270! You'll definitely regret! My friend bought it & he sold it off for 50% the original price & bought another N90. It's quite hard to explain tho.. The 6270 is obviously not better than the N90
O.K., I’m ready to give my opinion of the Nokia N90. The short version is…the N90 Rocks!!! I purchased the phone from Ritz Camera for $399 with T-Mobile service. Display quality is fantastic on both screens. Resolution is closer to a high res computer LCD screen or a Pocket PC than that of a cell phone. The (horizontal) shortcut icons on the display can be changed to access a function you use on a frequent basis. For example, I like to check my phone logs. Using the N90 factory sets you must select...Menu>My Own>enter>Log>enter…in between the main selections you must use the 4-way rocker key to navigate to the desired selection. A one time setup as follows placed the “Log” function as a shortcut icon on my display.…Menu>Tools>enter>Settings>enter>Phone>enter>Standby>enter>Active Standby Apps>enter…from here choose the shortcut you want to modify…select the new shortcut and set it!!! When you return to the display you will see your new shortcut in place of the old one. I performed the same substitution for the top left “soft key” to reflect “Bluetooth” instead of “Gallery” when the display is first opened to allow quick access to Bluetooth services. Voice quality on the N90 is excellent via handset, speaker and Jabra BT250 and JX10 Bluetooth headsets. Voice Command (VC) is simple and easy to use. Setup your contacts…speak the name of the person you want to call and the N90 will dial the default number you have set for that individual. The speaker phone is activated automatically when using VC on the N90 when it’s closed. The N90 does not rely on exact voice recognition so there’s no learning involved. While VC on the N90 is not as flexible as Microsoft’s VC program; it’s the best I’ve used as part of a software bundle on a phone. Pictures taken on the N90 are great for a 2 MP camera. There are many adjustments you can make if you intend to use the N90 as PS camera. When printing via Bluetooth I learned its better to use the “send” option and allow the printer to store the data in its memory thus allowing the printer to output to the specified format of 4x6. If you use the “direct print” option via Bluetooth the output is a 3x4 image (or the native resolution of the N90 camera). The video clip function worked well also. Motion was a little jittery on playback of rapid hand movements (waving) made by a subject. But for what the N90 does when taking pictures or video clips it does it quite well. Remember, the N90 is neither a 4 MP camera nor a dedicated camcorder. Synchronization of Outlook (calendar, contacts, etc) was the same as with my handheld...flawless. Appointments and Tasks appear on the lower portion of the main screen. Reminders sound when an appointment or task is due...cool. I hate cables and try to avoid them whenever possible…so yes, I set the N90 to sync via Bluetooth…works perfectly. Transferring documents to the N90 is easy using either PC Suite or right-clicking a file on your computer and selecting “send to” phone (N90). The latter option will send the document as a message and you can decide where you want to store it either in phone or card memory. The document I used was a PDF. Once again I performed the operation via Bluetooth. Music? Yes you can store music files on the N90. I sent a 5 minute CD track to the N90 from my computer. For this procedure I used the USB connection. The N90 made the necessary file conversions so I could play it back via RealPlayer installed on the N90. I also converted the track to a ring-tone (or rather the N90 did it for me). Internet browsing was easy. The hardest part was typing and storing the bookmarks. I’m not a big internet browser via a phone especially since it’s a WAP protocol. But,… it will work…for those who like that feature. The manual could be a bit more user friendly. For instance the section on Voice Commands appears on page 100. But, Voice Dialing (let’s be specific) instructions are on page 20. Go figure??? Battery life is not great but it’s not the worst I’ve experienced. It doesn’t have an FM radio like the Sony Ericcson K750i. It’s not as thin as a Motorola Razr V3. But who out there manufacturers the perfect phone that’s going to please everyone?? For my money today this is the Best Buy!!!
this phone works great for me. i love the display, very sharp. no other phones can challenge it.
I got a N90 a few weeks ago and while it is a pretty phone and is a model that starts showing the direction the phones of the future will be, I regret to say that still is a phone with software and hardware problems.
The software hangs up the phone more times that one would like to see. The PCSuite does not work under Windows XP64. The camera lens is really great but the sensor yields a lot of electronic noise in the image if it has not been taken in very favourable conditions. The battery falls really short even when the phone is used **normally**, it is a must having a battery replacement, although is a hassle not having a battery charger separated from the phone. I´m not decided to change it yet but I would not give this phone more than a 6 out of 10 possible.
hi,just like to know if this phone has fm radio..the specifications say nothing about it..actually i am torn between this and 6280..what do u guyz think?
i called to the careline.they n90 is best phone and there is no such problem that it will hang and all nokia models have been checked by factories that it works ok.they also told me to buy n90 from main dealers.not from any other stores.iam in saudi arabia.my friends also have hanging problem.well any thing happens, i gonna get it new.they will not repair it.i will buy it on january 27.
all nokia phone have a vibrate but this phone don't have i spent so much but this phone did not give me any good. this phone only best on camera and 3g system only
tamara you said to cut-paste the files from phone memory to card memory.my friend has 6630 his both phone and card memory is about to finish he can only take 30 pics and 4:25 minutes.it works fast and great.57 mb used from 61mb.it is still fast and run smoothly.internal memory is finished.but with nokia n90, idonot know the problem.this is the best phone.then why there is such kind of problem.its really confusing,some people say it hung and gave low memeory messsage,some say its great.i donot know should i buy it or not.
n 90 is the best and the beautiful imaging power that i had , have ever seen in a cellular form of mode . So i therefore recommand this to all testewanted lover of cells thank for the nokia n series
hey guyes i bought my n90 two days ago and it already stuck 3 times and my brother has n70 it stucked and never went right.now he has n 6630.its better than n70, at least it doesnot hang like n70 or n90.there is some problem with this n series.thats why nokia introduced new n series.iam so sad my nokia n90 is still hung and its in work shop.i only like nokia.sony ericsson doesnot have operating system.i hate this n series. my money is wasted. happy new year.
anyone can review the mp3 quality for me? i haven't heard anything about it yet.
First I want tnx junrey for attn, and I would like to post my review for N 90 because I got myself one on November 10th. Let me tell u that I use it normally, I use it for about 50 min -70 min vocal calls a day, I purchased also a BT headset, I check my office mail and use the office applications. On different occasions I use it for taking pictures. The battery lasts about 3 days or less. I haven’t been spared of the bugs like other were describing and the most stupid that occurred was when taking photos the phone was making specific sound of picture taking, then showing the preview and after a few other photos it blocked on the blue screen and had to restart, and surprise no pictures at all. I have to say that sometimes the signal drops, before this phone I had a 6310 I and a 6610i and with those never happened that. I also get that message of lack of memory even thou there was enough space to make a 5 minutes video. I also don’t like the way the office shows the word files, try receiving by mail as an attachment or any other way a table in word format, u will be surprised about the result. How about those spaces in mails that occur from I don’t know were. All in all I’m pretty satisfied with my N90.
Happy new year! U ALL.