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Nokia N90 review by someone with exp

by emartinez36    Dec 1, 2005, 5:52 PM

Ok so here it is.
I bought the phone from Ritz camera because it is not offered to employees or anybody through t-mobile.
The camera is excellent for a phone. Using the highest image mode, the pictures turned out excellent when there is sufficient lighting. The flash doesn't really provide enough lighting to reduce pixelization when in incandescent lighting or outside at night. I cannot say terrible things about it, considering it is a camera built into a phone. The video quality is what blew me away. It has superb quality and motion even at the highest settings. I recorded my dog running around the yard and the motion was flawless. The screen quality is amazing, so the pictures taken with the phone look amazing on the actual phone.

The size of the phone is very difficult to get used to. It is very awkward to hold and talk on. I used my Bluetooth the whole time I had the phone which comes to another downfall.
I'm not sure exactly why, but the Bluetooth had terrible difficulty with my headset. I use a Motorola hs810. Works great with my 6600, but for some reason had extreme difficulty staying in sync, and would not even connect sometimes.

Now to signal, the most disappointing aspect. I currently use a nokia 6600 on our network and I have not one single problem unless there is absolutely no service or on the 850 band. Nokia's are known to receive anywhere from 2-3 more bars than any other phone on the market. The first day of using the phone I noticed areas that dropped where I never had problems before. This was the deciding factor in the return of the phone.

Overall it’s a very nice phone, but if you live in an area where coverage is spotty, I would suggest something else.

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