I've read about both E90 and E61i and i'll be going the E61i, more for pocketability and the E61i is now available from the US for only USD$560 on ebay.
if this phone had a tv output and headphone 3.5 mm jack output i would make life easyer plus they will sell more bluetooth keyboard maby make a new one
now the nokia wireless keyboard has bluetooth v 1.1
browse the web in the hose on any tv thrue wireless internet thats when the keyboard comes in handy
Im a fan of d Communicator since 9200. got 9300 currently n it still do great, simple n practical, tho it's lacking in terms of doin more in connectivity. by reading only, E90 will b d best smartphone of 2007.
The all-new Nokia E90 is awesome! Great looks fully packed with all features u need. It's my next phone. I'll sell my Nokia n93 and buy Nokia E90
Does anyone know when this phone will be available in the UK and how much it will cost?
I think that this is an awesome phone. Its definitely the best Communicator Nokia kas designed. I've used the 9210i and the 9300 and they do NOT compare to this one. I just wish it had a touch screen, that's all that its missing. Currently I have an HTC TyTN, and I love the touch screen. It makes using the phone alot easier,quicker and much more user friendly. Contrary to common thought, your ear and face do not access your programs/files and check half your emails, so I think the addition of a touch screen would be awesome, but hey I guess they probably could fit it in or something :-P ...
Truly great phone.dont know y there is no vol/zoom keys, lens cover.
and 3.5 mm jack. se has to close their factory.
The N95 is a completely different phone. This is a business class phone with multimedia features. IMHO this phone is better, but its downsides to the N95 are: much bigger, heavier , smaller battery life, no 3.5mm stereo and TV out, smaller camera. What you have to decide is whether all that is important to you. I know its not to me.
I haven't used HSDPA 3.6 personally, but I know that is currently under development by my SP (Rogers) near my area (Greater Vancouver, BC). I currently use the E60, and I love the browser, it's fast, even over GPRS/EDGE (>300kbps), while its not like surfing on your laptop its still very impressive. Also you have to consider that the phone itself can not handle quite that much information all at once, so if you're comparing internet over WiFi and over HSDPA, I highly doubt that you will see much, if any, difference.
My E60 doesn't freeze at all, and since the E90 is simply a new release of the same OS I don't imagine that it will have any problems. Well its that and the fact that its a Nokia, and I haven't seen any problems on these phones.
im new in nokia phone but interested in this e90 nokia phone... can anyone tell me what is the differencess btween O2 life and e90
For all intent and purposes, why should we care on how many times we send emails from our mobile.Mind you, (whoever commented on this), many executives and business people do send emails from their mobile daily. Its the way of life and its the way how communication is all about today in developing countries. Lets forget about the 3rd world and near 3rd world countries.
Nokia has developed the E90, and named it as COMMUNICATOR (read my lips). Meaning it has been designed and developed for a set of intellectual people who have substance. People who are on the move. People who doesn't want to carry laptop to Starbuck, Coffee Bean and Modesto.
In other words these people need such phone to get connected in the professional manner. That's why Nokia motto is CONNECTING PEOPLE.
I was saddened by such remark that came from people who did not understand the way of life in this borderless world.
In future comments should be echoed in some form of professionalism not mere empty drums!!!
i am using now nokia 9500, ia lways use nokia communicator only
reason : i will all communication functions
i want this pc on first day
and also teel me how i will transfer data
The saddest thing about this is I can't use 40% of the phone capabilites in my country because the gov for some reason doesnt permit 3G so can someone tell me what does HSDPA, 3.6 Mbps feel like
is it like wifi... :P