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Nokia N93 Review
Nic Rossmüller : November 10th 2006 - 11:30 CET
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NokiaNokia N93 Review : The Nokia N93 is a true smart phone, whatever you can come up with, the Nokia N93 has it, better even: the device has two cameras. You can't overlook the first camera; it's easy to see that the lens comes from Carl Zeiss and that the camera has 3.2 Megapixels with 3x optical zoom. It's harder when it comes to the second camera for it is mounted just above the large screen. Handy if you just want to check your hair but I don't think this is what Nokia intended. It is possible however, to have an enjoyable video conversation with it. This might not be what you would do with the telephone in the first place, but a second camera is surely an option we will encounter more with mobile phones in the future.
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The Nokia N93 has an internal memory of 50MB for messages, ring tones, photos, videos, agenda notes, tasks and applications. This memory can be expanded with a miniSD card with a storage capacity of 2GB maximum. A 128MB miniSD card is provided with the device standard. It's an advantage that the photos taken can be stored on the miniSD flash memory card, this way you can store a large number of recordings and are easily transferred to a computer, by the phone or by an external card reader, like the SanDisk MobileMate reader. The photos which you make with the Nokia N93 can be transferred by Nokia XpressPrint to for instance Photoshop or a compatible printer via the wireless Bluetooth technology.

Nokia N93 camera phone - Weight and Size
The Nokia N93 is not a phone for the mass public, it is, however, a device with a lot of pleasant functions and everything has been provided standard. In the Nokia N93's packaging you will find a flash memory card, a wrist strap, cables for connecting it to USB or TV and a case. If we look at the weight of 188 grams and the size of 118 x 55.5 x 28 mm, it is one of the largest mobile phones on the market at the moment. Thus it's not easy to bring it along in your trouser's pockets or a blouse's breast pocket. This, I believe, is one of the Nokia N93's biggest disadvantages. Despite all the functions the device has, it's inconvenient always having to bring the phone in a special case or in a jacket with large pockets.

Nokia N93 review

Nokia N93 smartphone review
The camera of the Nokia N93 is not yet state of the art but is an enormous improvement compared to other camphones and surely a good step in the right direction. Is it's the best in its class? Hard to judge at this point, the camera may have a glass lens and is equipped with a 3x optical zoom, but the pictures are not very sharp. Next to that the control and processing speed could increase a bit. The camera in the Nokia N93 is surely a step in the right direction within the development of mobile phones. Also with a keen eye on the development of image sensors and lenses within the digital camera world this will surely not the end. We were able to test the device for some time and we will discuss the phone's functions in the following Nokia N93 review.

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