good idea but nokia has more then just time on theire hands consumers has to grow up to per exemple
peoples still dont have a clue of what symbian can do eaven if they have it they just need a phone to talk . i know peoples that refuses to have a cellphone to be reached and they have a palm pilot in one pocket a ipod video in the other and a digital camera they barely use any way .
and they systematicaly refuse to combine all of that together by fear to loose it
HOW CAN YOU LOOSE YOURE PHONE IF YOU ARE listenning to music browse the web view office document use a decent camera view videos divx play multyplayer games watch tv
and if you dont want to be reach block incoming calls and use Internet calls true wi fi voip to make free calls or stay connected on msn on campus stay connected to the office with blackberry connect remote access to pc use it as a remote control
blay music thrue bluetooth in the car or headsets use gps tracking device take screan shot calculator scientific calculator stream videos .... if you loose it dont worry cuz you put a sim lock and a phone lock code
all in one
its less polution more convinient multytask device
TO NOKIA : in the future, I suggest you introduce a communicator once it is readily available for sale and when you have a clue as to what price you are going to be selling it for... GROW UP... ITS ABOUT TIME...
N.B. I would be more than willing to manage your mobile phone marketing and guarantee you 25% increase in sales and customer satisfaction in the 1st year...
Unfortunately, we Lebanese have to suffer with the worst, THE ABSOLUTE WORST Nokia dealer on Earth and a few of the other Planets in our universe... I know more about the E90 now than those rediculous sorry excuse of dealers...
I have been a loyal Nokia Communicator user since the 9000... I have tried everything else but Communicator is still my al time favourite. BUTTTT WHERE IS THE MSN AND SKYPE??? WHO CAN LIVE WITHOUT MSN AND SKYPE???? NOKIAAAAAA launch this phone into the market NOW... its about time... dont you all think???
One rarely saw anyone in the past use the communicator here in Asia. Most Asians used PDA's over the Nokia Communicator. I wonder why? But most Arabs in the middle-east used the Nokia Communicator over the PDA in the past. This tells us something..
I have bought many gadgets in the past and currently own a Dopod D810. I have come to a conclusion. One needs a basic phone just for phone calls. Using a PDA/Phone as a phone is one of the most annoying things. Reception and call quality is never as good as a phone. A big phone is inconvenient to carry and use just as a PDA is. When I travel I carry my Fujitsu laptop with me which is a P7010. It is small, portable and has a built in Microphone which is great for Skype. I have a Motorola Maxx V6 which slides into my pocet and is thin and light for basic phone calls and has 3G connection. The Dopod D810 usually goes with me on trips for quick e-mails and web surfing. The new Nokia E90 is too big too be used as just a phone and take with you when you go out at night when travelling. It will not go into your pocket, so heading to a club at night with that E90 will be like having a brick in your Pocket. There will most likely be no MSN Messenger or Skype which most PDA'S have. I like the looks of this new communicator but it does not seem prcactical as your only device when travelling. Walking around with it against your ear is like having a brick against your ear.
It is a marvelous piece of equipment. The only missing thing is a fax. Pls do not leave it to E-90i
Talking from my side and point of view,this is top of the range,this is a killer phone.I love it & looking foward of getting one for myself as soon as possible.''''KEE IT UP NOKIA GUYS''''
htc i mate its not even close to compare too this e90 its has 16milloin colour screen
it has gps built in
and lots more...
if you dont know what you talking about then dont leave comments
Why does Nokia put in a 2.5mm headphone jack when almost all headphones are 3.5mm? The N95 has a 3.5mm jack. So, you will need to buy an adapter to use your favorite 3.5mm headphones.
Also, does this phone has two stereo speakers or just one speaker?
Hello Nokia, thanks for producing tomorrow's mobile office for gadget lovers of today. My only headache with the Nokians is that it takes too long for your productrs to show up in the market place. I suggest your corporate market strategists do something to reduce the market lead-time. Mercy!
Hi, All I want to know is whether this Nokia E90 is better or Imate Jasjar/O2XDA Executive is better ??? Because the processor in Imate Jasjar & O2 XDA Executive is faster then Nokia E90, it seems!!! Plus I also wanted to know whether Symbian OS (in Nokia-E90)is better or the Windows Mobile 5 (in Imate Jasjar/O2XDA Executive) is more good ???
This message is for Ken (The Phone Dealer):
I agree with Ken regarding the fax function which shd be incorporated in the E90. However, lets not forget that the E90, I think, comes with PDF program. Meaning we can convert document to .pdf and send it by email. At least the job is done.
On the other hand, fax is obsolete. Nokia must have valid reasons to scrap the fax function.
One obvious reason, I think is the incorporation of 3G into the phone. To send fax takes longer time and with drop calls it may not be a good idea to incorporate it. Please refer to my earlier comment on drop calls in this column. Thank you
i would rather carry a pc on my back than have this phone in my packet! Bin it!!
Hi guys, do E90 this function like recieve & send faxes?
Do E90 support chinese characters?
Thk. u rdgs
i am a handphone dealer that day i go nokia training for e90,e65,n95 and i am so happy for it.i am using nokia9500 bcoz i have no own office so this fon is very suitable for me to recieve fax!now i am so disappointed to this communicator bcoz have no fax!i hope that nokia can reseach it become got fax servise.
This new gadget so gorgeous n so completely.I think should buy it!