i am the guy that asked u to producea review about the camera. please i would like u to tell me about the screen. i am getting my n92 this week and i want to know if the n93's screen that supports up to 256k colors is owned by the n92's one [16m. i have compared my mothers 6131 screen[16m] that has 1.3 mp camera with the n80 and the 6131 owns it by far.tne n80 looks like the cheapest fone compare to it.[ i am not being biased. ha ha ha]
bth ur reviews are great. i think u should create ur own web. sorry for waisting ur time
hopefully this one will be even better
Dont be even think about that.
The phones are expected to be out
in feb 2007, but trust me it will
be april or may. So no reason to
dont buy the N93.
This was just released today in the philippines by nokia! hehehehehe....
The N73 by august or sept...
But boys the real goodies are comming out soon, by early january next year... Thats when things will really spice up, when the nokia N83 is released... The nokia n93 hehehe, will soon be "not the next story" when the 5mp 4gig phone is soon released...
Oh that god Nokia released a nice mobile! Cos nearly all Nokia mobiles look the same. It looks like a Japanese mobile hehehehe
I just copy this website,maybe you want to read : http://www.newmobile.nl/eur/en...ws_id=caf44c
Can anyone compare this camera and video quality from this N93 with Sharp 903? Sharp has optical zoom and 3Mpx also but with normal size for a handphone.
Thank you very much. Perhaps I will have to try how the images will look like using a DLP projector. I have quite big class groups comprised of 40 students and I think using a CRT TV's screen might be small (since what we have in school is only ~21 inches). If the images won't be that good, then I guess I have to bring my laptop with me.
Your N93 can plug into any source because of the simple RCA connection that comes baxed with the N93. Also in the system software you are able to change the TV System. ie Pal or NTSC and also the Ratio. so you can adjust the output of the N93 to any TV.
LCD and DLP Projectors might look a little funny because of the high resolution but CRT TV's will look good, Ill do a better review soon, i work a electrical store so we have about 40 different tv;s i can try it on
what the hell i paid us1230$ Inr 55000 for this brick when i take pictures from it it sucks man noise is noticeable very easily pictures are not sharp as i was wondering and for optical zoom function its manual u have to move it ur self it wont move automatically like digi cams
and its very heavy also and also nokia is misleading it saying thay this phone make dvd like movies but its not true its makes video in vga ie 640x480 which most of digital cam can make but dvd quality reso is 720x640 dont buy this brick in the price of this u can buy se k790 and a 7 mega pixel camera.
i'm not sure yet as to how many MP in a video for n93 but as far as i know, the battery lasts for at least a day and a half.. i text and call a lot.. so i ges this fone is not as bad as some think its is. :)
HI, i want to buy the new nokia N93, and i have some questions....
1) With how many pixel can record video...
2) How many days the battery still...
please send me an e-mail in my e-mail address,
thx a lot,
Does anyone out there knows anything about how "video calling" will work? do i have to set it up with my mobile company? or does it automatically work if your phone has these capabilities? ofcourse, this is when the other phone has this same feature?
Congratulations for having your N93. I just also had mine week ago. I have one curious question. Since this device has TV out, do you think is it also possible to connect N93 with an LCD or DLP projector? If it's possible, then I can use it to show simple powerpoint presentation in my classes and that won't make me always bring my laptop. Thanks for the reply.
This is the Camera Review.
I would do the ccamera and video together but hey...i do have a life outside of GSMArena.com haha.
Well its pretty had not to be able to find the camera on this phone but a lot of my friends have asked me where it is???, so i guess it is well hidden. The camera basicl controls how big the whole phone is. Because of it being accross the phone and the need fo it to have a optical zoom the depth of the camera shaft needs to be long, hence the width of the phone. The Camera lens cover is fantastic, a lot of people thin that this would come off easy and they would loss it, this would be almost impossible, its on there pretty tight, in fact i had trouble getting it off the first few times, and when you put it back on you get a reassuring 'click' thats its on for good. As you all know the camera specs are:
3x Optical Zoom 3.2 Megapixel (2048 x 1536)
The camera software is great, at first you might wonder how to get to the camera function, well you dont need to go menu after menu to get there, all you need to do is move the screen into the camera mode (the same look as the pic of the N93 on GSMArena) and your away, the phone will automaticly enter the camer function waiting for you to capture life :). Once inside the function you are able to zoom, capture, and change settings with the secondry 5-way joystick on the side. There is a lot of room for expression with the N93, you can change capture modes (auto, night, close-up, landscape, portrait) the white balance, exposure levels and colour tone, i.e sepia, black and white all the jass. Also there is a function for take multipul pics (6) to be exact, in about the space of 10 seconds, so its not a super fast picture taker but it would do the trick if you were at the races and wanted a few good shots of the horse comeing up to the finish line...maybe. also i forgot to mention the when you enter the camera mode the camera takes up the full screen, every last pixle apart from the smal tool bar on the side, and because the screen is in the horizontal position Nokia has kindly added 2 softkeys on the top of the screen so you can still easy go back, delete and go to options without turning the phone around again.
What you have all been waiting for. The quality of this camera is printable. Now what does that mean. What it means is the the pictures will be able to be printed on a 6x4 normal size print and look fantastic. The pictures that i tryed were a mixture of 0x zoom and 3x zoom, i didnt use any digial zoom because there is just no point, the digital zoom would ruin any pic you took. The difference between 0x and 3x was nothing, and thats how it should be, you should be able to see no difference in quality, contrast, or colour, and well done Nokia. When zooming, it seems to zoom in stages, very very small stages, you can hear the zoom working so i think that it would come up in video but more on the in the next review. I transfered the pics to my mac and opened them up and they are great, the only complint is that they wtill seemed a little grainy...only very slightly, not sumthing to get all worried about. With more fine tuning of the images ie, exposure and white balance the pictures just got better and better. I am a picture person so this is the perfect phone.
Nokia have done an amasing job on the N93. It is a true imaging phone, optial zoom is great, the zomming function mite need a little treaking ie, the noise it makes and it sounds very fragile. Aptart from that its great, printing pics are easy with the intergration of the Nokia Print Facility and transfer of pics are easy as well with Bluetooth and USB. I will be testing out the same pics i took on the TV in the next review hopefully.
Hope this has helped.
Any other questions please feel free to ask
Today i laid my hand on this "Multimedia Computer" , it dosen't feel big and heavy , for some reasons my 902 feels much heavy , even though it isn't , it's the way around :P , the rotating flip mechanism feel fragille , but it isn't .
Omg I had $800 to expend in a high-end phone, I would buy N93 if not were to expensive!!! Every store I went n93 was over $950. I bought a w800 instead, nokia prices are just unreal. Bye bye nokia!!!