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Nokia N93i Review

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Key Features:-

  • 3.2 megapixels camera with Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens and 3x optical zoom
  • Create slideshows from your favorite pictures
  • Record up to 90 mins of video with expandable memory up to 2 GB*
  • Edit your videos with the Adobe Premiere Elements
  • Upload and share your pictures and videos with mobile blogging
  • Play your music and movies wirelessly on compatible electronic devices

Nokia N93i Specifications and Review:-

  • General:- Announced:-2007, January.
    Status:-Available.
  • Size:-
    Dimensions:-108 x 58 x 25 mm, 115 cc
    Weight:-163 g.
  • Display:-
    Type:-TFT, 16M colors
    Size:-240 x 320 pixels, 36 x 48 mm
  • - Second 65K colors OLED display (128 x 36 pixels)
  • - Twist and rotating screen.
  • - Downloadable themes.
  • Ring Tones:-
    Type:-Polyphonic (64 channels), MP3.
    Customization:-Download.
    Vibration:-Yes.
  • Memory:-
    Phonebook:-Practically unlimited entries and fields, Photocall
    Call records:-Detailed, max 30 days
    Card slot:-miniSD, hot swap.
    - 50 MB shared memory.
  • Data:-
    GPRS:-Class 32, 107.2/64.2 kbps
    HSCSD:-Yes (via PC dial-up)
    EDGE:-Class 32, 296 kbps; DTM Class 11, 236.8 kbps
    3G:-Yes, 384 kbps
    WLAN:-Wi-Fi 802.11b/g
    Bluetooth:-Yes, v2.0 with A2DP (latest firmware only)
    Infrared port:-Yes
    USB:-Yes, v2.0, Pop-Port.
  • Features:-
    OS:-Symbian OS 9.1, S60 3rd edition
    Messaging:-SMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging
    Browser:-WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML
    Games:-Yes + Java downloadable.
  • Colors:-Silver, Black
  • Price:- 649.99 $ ie approx 26,000 -30,000/-
    Camera:-3.15 MP, 2048×1536 pixels, 3x optical zoom, Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus, video(VGA 30 fps), flash; secondary CIF video call camera
    - Video calling and download,- UPnP technology,- Java MIDP 2.0,- Push to talk,- MP3/AAC/MPEG4 player,- T9,- Stereo FM radio,- TV out support,- Voice command/memo,- PIM including calendar, to-do list and printing,- Photo/video editor,- Integrated handsfree.
  • Battery:-Standard battery, Li-Ion 950 mAh (BL-5F)
    Stand-by:-Up to 280 h
    Talk time:-Up to 3 h 30 min .
  • The Nokia N93i is the Nokia’s answer to all the criticism that the original N93 received due to its hefty size and weight. The updated camcorder, as we like to call it, due to its unique video capturing capabilities, has obviously been on a strict diet since now it comes a whole 10 mm shorter, 3 mm thinner and weighs 17 g less.
  • Features:-The N93i is all about the camera: A generous 3x optical zoom with autofocusing, a useful (but not excessive) 3.2 megapixels of resolution and a video mode (VGA, 30fps) to rival standalone digital cameras. Pictures are best saved to the 1GB miniSD card supplied, which is easily accessed through a side-mounted slot. The tiny LED light under the Nokia’s lens is just acceptable for taking very close-up portraits in the dark, but miles behind Sony Ericsson’s powerful Xenon flash. Video shooting is equally easy to master, but even lighter on features–just Auto and Night scene modes and exposure tweaks.Other features worth seeking out are instant-blogging links to Flickr and Vox, QuickOffice and PDF Viewer for work stuff, and some surprisingly good games, including an excellent 3D racer.
  • Conclusion:-If you want a camera phone to replace your digital camera, you’ve got two main choices: The N93i with its zoom lens or Sony Ericsson’s K800i (and soon K810i) with real flash, although Nokia’s all-singing N95 nav-phone (with 5-megapixel resolution) is probably worth checking out. The N93i’s 2.7x zoom lens is easy to use and certainly adds flexibility. Question marks, however, remain over the quality of both still photos (white balance, softness) and video (jerky zooming). Despite its fantastic range of multimedia features and unparalleled connectivit

    y, the N93i remains just a shade too lumbering to recommend without reservations. For more Best results Contact ur nearer Nokia Dealers.

Siddartha is a Blogger from India. He is currently pursuing Masters in MIS and he loves writing about technology. You can follow him on Twitter | Facebook | Google+. You can subscribe to GadgetCage RSS Feed or Email Notifications.

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