Nokia today announced the N90 mobile phone with Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus and 2 Megapixel camera.
27 April 2005 by Olav Hellesø-Knutsen
Nokia today announced three new high-end 3G phone models N90. N90 highlights are Carl Zeiss optics, USB 2.0 connection, dual display and VGA video capture.
The Nokia N90 Multimedia is equipped with Carl Zeiss optics and will be the first model carrying the ZEISS brand. Nokia and Carl Zeiss regard the collaboration as the beginning of a long/term relationship. The N90 boast a 2 megapixel camera with autofocus and 20x digital zoom. The N90 has two screens where both the 128x128 pixels, 65k colour display and the main display 352x516 pixels and 262k colours can be used as a viewfinder for the camera.
N90 is the first camera from Nokia with autofocus. Pressing the shutter key halfway automatically focuses on the target just like you are used to with ordinary cameras. The N90 has 31MB internal memory available to user data and swappable 64MB in-box RS-MMC. Nokia N90 is a tri-band phone for GSM 900/1800/1900, EDGE and WCDMA networks.
Nokia N90 spesifications:
N90 is available Q2 2005.