Nokia announces E90 Communicator

Nokia announces E90 Communicator
It wasn't really the best-kept secret, but the E90 is now officially announced as the successor for the 9500 Communicator phone. The new device has side-opening clamshell with large QWERTY keyboard and 4”, 800x352 pixels display on the inside, allowing full screen browsing without the need of scrolling.

On the front, it the standard numeric keypad with soft keys and QVGA display similar to those in other Nokia S60 phones.
The new E90 is quad-band GSM with EDGE, with HSDPA high-speed data support. In addition to all this, it features built-in GPS receiver and will come with the last week announced Nokia Maps software.

Features of the Nokia E90 Communicator phone include:

  • Quad-band GSM 850/900/1800/1900 with EDGE
  • UMTS/HSDPA support (there is no information if it is EU band only or also supports US frequencies for 3G)
  • Dimensions: 5.2x2.24x0.78 inches (132x57x20mm) at 7.4 oz (210grams)
  • QVGA external display; 800x352 internal display, both 16mln colors
  • 3.2-megapixel camera
  • miniUSB 2.0, Bluetooth 2.0, WiFi
  • FM radio
  • GPS
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1. Pratik Sinhal unregistered

Being a user of 9500 for last 1 yr...i find its a perfect upgrade with all the essential features and latest technology.. I am going to grab it as soon as it is available...

2. guevy_partyboy

Posts: 2; Member since: Feb 02, 2011

i already have this unit for two years and still it works perfectly, it never fades. Even until now it is till outstanding compare to other phone because of its sophisticated features. but the saddest thing happened to this phone, is that some of its key specially on the front cover has gone malfunction, thats why i cannot use it for sms typing, i still have to use the qwerty keyboard inside i order to compose and reply sms.

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