video is up 15 fps and the camera is cmos it says so here
Goku,thanks so as u say real photos will there be the big difference when put on the pc or printed out?i have check a few webs site where people send in there pic from there phones and some of the higher mp r not as good as some of the lower 1s and some not as good even tho they r the same mp cams like a 1mp or a 1.3.i like to take photos and it saves having to carry around a digital cam plus a phone.thanks
den, The diferrences between simple CCD lenses and Carl Zeiss lenses, are 1 or 2 only. I mean carl zeiss lenses have little advantage in the zoom quality and the details but also sharpness-colour of the photo..But don't get affected by these I am saying.. There are not any actual differences. Carl zeiss lense has a higher quality glass. It's better than simple CCD.I recommend Nokia N90 for "real" photos.But the K750i will not dissapoint you.It's great too.But not better from N90.
Simly briliant phone!
What is amazing about Nokia brand is it always comes with new innovation after Samsung did, but ones it has the same features as Samsung does, Nokia cannot be beaten by quality of the phone. Always more durable, smoother sound quality and better camera.
There is nothing wrong with Nokia copying desighn and some features from Samsung.
Nokia does a great job with copying, because eventually Nokia phones come of a much better quality than Samsung phones!
Excellent job Nokia!
i dunnno wat to say.. this is wat i'm saying nokia gangS this is hell of a good fone.. which come wid a famous carl zeiss lens.. it will totally take better quality pic then the SE k750 .. plz launch in malaysia as soon as possible.. it will hit the market ..if can launch it b4 SE
What I REALLY want to know is... does the N90 take 30-frames-per-second video? Nowhere in the Nokia website or news releases mention this.
no one can say this is a crap phone , i have never liked nokia , but this one has maybe changed my mind , thanks nokia , well done
they have finally done it , this will be a winner , congrats Nokia , well done
I have never been a big fan of nokia clamshell phones, particularly the dowdy 6260, but the N90 is an exception. Even though its elephantine size is not to my taste, in my opinion, it's features are the best balanced and of the N series. It also wins the my vote as one of the best looking clamshells of late . But I'm disappointed, and rather curious that a high capacity phone like this (31 Mb int memory) can only record a total of 30 missed, received and dialled calls when even my puny 6230 (6Mb int mem) takes 60 calls overall.
This phone is great, I had my heart set on the 6680 but now I've found a dream phone. Another great camera phone is the Samsung P860 with a 5 megapixel camera and a 16m colour screen, but I prefer this one due to the fact it runs on a symbian operating system.
Right noise ina picture is when you get those lines in a photo expecialy when it is dark. It tells you how wellt he cam is and with nosie in the picture, of course it isn't clear so the less noise in a picture the better it is! The quality of the SE K750 and this won't be much but not sure which is better yet! I am waiting to see what GSM Arena say first!
Bravo! Nokia, I am happy that you've finally decided to take on the war footings. If Nokia 90 performs according to descriptions, will be the right thing to do as a step in the right direction. I moved from Nokia to Samsung because Nokia missed the jyves in the system. I may come back if you do well. He! Watch out for Samsung Z500. Just 'beat it'.
does any1 no what people mean when they say about noise in a picture?also help on this n90 and the k750 was dead set on going 4 the k750 cause its meant to be a grt cam phone now this is going to be hitting the market any idea how much different the qulity in the pictures will be with the 2 different lens also the k750 has a high cam pixel any 1 help if cam pixels make the pictures look better?thanks
RDb are u living in the stone age? Who uses infrared anymore its outdated, bluetooth is the technoly of today.