Nokia today presented the Nokia N90 multimedia, a new Nseries cellular that with impressive digital camera features. This 2 megapixel camera phone from Nokia features Carl Zeiss optics with autofocus, 20x digital zoom, integrated flash, macro mode and high quality video capture with built-in editing capabilities.
Facilitated by its two screens, the Nokia N90 features two ergonomic modes for instant photo and video capture. Simply twist the unique rotating camera barrel, and automatically the 2 megapixel camera is ready to shoot high quality photos, in a snap. A dedicated capture key and the cover display (128 x 128 pixels) of up to 65,536 colors as a viewfinder make the snapshot experience ever more effortless.
Unfold and twist the main display (352 x 416 pixels), and the Nokia N90 is ready to shoot high quality video in MP4 format using the high-resolution (352 x 416 pixels) 262,144 color landscape display as a viewfinder. Dedicated record and zoom keys, including up to 8x digital zoom for video capture, provide for very convenient one-hand operation.
The company predicts camera phones will outsell digital cameras four times this year. The N90 allows you to print photos with just a few button pushes, with Nokia XpressPrint users can select from a range of mobile printing options: USB, Bluetooth or RS-MMC cards.
The Nokia N90 features a 31MB internal memory and a 64MB in-box RS-MMC. Further it also starts some exciting 3G features such as two-way video calling, video sharing and push e-mail, video streaming, internet browser and add-on software.
The N90 is based on the Series 60 platform and operates on GSM 900/1800/1900, EDGE and WCDMA networks. Nokia says it will start shipping the N90 in the second quarter of 2005