Looks like an excellent phone! But this, as well as the Nokia N95, needs a North American version (with 850 and 1900 MHz WCDMA/UMTS, a.k.a. 3GSM frequencies). Until that happens, no dice for me.
It will NOT support US 3G (This is something that I originally misunderstood a month or two ago). Same device with the same features, just with a US charger and warranty.
TAK thanks for the responce.
Besides charger and warranty will it include US enabled 3G? Because someone told me that 3G is not enabled for US. I know that Nokia E90 is already available at Dell computer stores so is it worth to wait for the official thing.
USA launch is delayed until the beginning of September at the earliest. Only difference with the US model is that it will include a US charger and US warranty - nothing else.
i type faster with 9500. E90 lacks "soft" touch feel. 9500 has slightly bigger keys
TAK, thanks so much for the reply. I needed a device with a responsive keyboard and it looks like this will do the job! I am pleased that the image aspect ratio at 2.25:1 allows for the whole width of this webpage to be viewed without scrolling. I am planning to buy the device by the end of the month. I have enclosed my e-mail address.
Please TAK send me the file for msn on my E90 THANKS YOU VERY MUTCH and if you want i have route 66 for the e90
for the ones askin if it includes yahoo. sorry it doesnt only MSN. but i am searching for yahoo messenger as well. and the rest the ones who wants MSN on their E90 ill be glad to send them the file by mail.
also check here for 8G micro SDHC
for 8G micro SDHC check on this site
does anyone know where and how i can put AIM on the e90? and does anyone know where i can find the 8gb micro SDHC to buy? thanks.
Sorry, this is the one you need (one of the few sites with an active download link):
http : // www.symbianv3.com/new-windows-live-messenger-perfect
For those looking for MSN, take a look here: http : // nokia-e90.blogspot.com/2007/07/official-windows-live-for-s60-v3.html
@mJZx: Personally, for typing, I'm just thumbing it. With more exposure to the device, i'm sure that i will be able to pick up a fair amount of speed. I'm getting better even as i type this message.
You are welcome to leave me your email address here here and i would be happy to contact you and address a few of your questions directly.
I upgraded to the E90 thinking that it was a great phone. within the first day of using the phone I experienced a horrible noise conming from the speaker when making or receiving a call. Took the phone back and the SP swopped it for a new phone.Experienced the same noise on the new phone. Did Nokia really release the phone before they new what the cause of the speaker noise was. Is it just a fault on batch of phones or is it inherint to the E90 range.
TAK, thanks for the reply. It looks like the widescreen will be truly useful for viewing web pages and editing office documents. Perhaps I can even write a small book with it! That leads me to my next question: what is the typing experience like?? Can one type with speed and accuracy on this business oriented multimedia device?? I was thinking of buying SE's P1 but the "butterfly keyboard" does not look typing friendly.
I'm looking for feedback on setting up the E90 to sync with a Microsoft Exchange Server.
Have heard that getting Nokia's "Mail for Exchange" application to sync with Microsoft Exchange is not easy. Currently using an HTC TyTn with WM5. This syncs my mail, calender and contacts perfectly. Need the same functionality from the E90.