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Nokia E90 Communicator - the legend evolves into an all-inclusive Nokia Eseries business device.

The Nokia E90 Communicator sets the standard for an uncompromised "mobile office" experience. The latest technologies at the core of the device bring business necessities and personal amenities to the hands of people independent of time and place. Fast and inexpensive connections over WLAN and HSDPA-enhanced 3G accelerate the mobile use of data- and transmission-rich applications. The interface to business and leisure applications and the Internet, the stunning Nokia S60 browser, with 16 million colors, is capable of displaying the full width of a web page at once.

The Nokia E90 Communicator is now based on the S60 platform, making a wealth of additional mobile applications available for its users. The Nokia E90 Communicator also has an integrated GPS and Nokia Maps application to provide help in finding routes and locating services. For increased personal convenience, the Nokia E90 Communicator is equipped with an FM radio, a music player, a video player and two cameras -- a 3.2Mpix auto focus camera with flash and a second camera for videoconferencing.

Does it make me salivate? HELL YEAH!!

Comments

Aniza said…
WHOA. how much bro??
SoulJah said…
Carp! Kamah tia touchpad ku titik aing liur.
anakbrunei said…
aniza: I think its overpriced at 1.7k but the 9500 looks like s pretty tempting proposition now at 800 bucks :)

souljah: awu baik sediakan tissue wang!

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