Nokia N93 – The Big Boss of ‘Multimedia Phones’ |

Nokia proclaims and markets the Nokia N93 not as a smartphone but as a ‘multimedia computer’ and a ‘digital camcorder’. The claims, though hyperbolic, are well deserved and most gadget reviewers have lavishly commended the multimedia prowess of the Nokia N93 . The impressive and long feature list include a 3.2 megapixel camera, 30 fps video recording, a great twisting form factor, MP3 player, FM radio, WiFi, UPnP and so on.The camera has a superb 3x optical Carl Zeiss lens which can capture high quality stills. The technological high-point of the N93 is its video capabilities that can capture 30 frames per second. The 2.4″ QVGA display (240 x 320 pixels) features a super-wide 160 degree viewing angle and the colour and the contrast are simply stupendous. Compared to mid-range digital cameras the Nokia N93 i s a far superior imaging device and its multitasking utility makes it a sure shot winner.The Nokia N93 works on WLAN, 3G, EDGE and GSM networks and gives you unparalleled access and connectivity. It also comes with Bluetooth 2.0, USB 2.0, Wireless LAN, TV-Out and UPnP (Universal Plug n Play). The UPnP is a smart though somewhat limited feature as of now. It lets compatible devices inter-operate seamlessly and simultaneously but compliant devices are so rare to find!You can still hook on to your TV via the TV-Out function and you can view images and videos and even play 3D games on it. Overall, the multimedia experience and the feature ensemble of the Nokia N93 make it one of the premium handsets available till date. The only thing that works against it is its bulk. At 118. 2 mm x 55.5 mm, and 28.2 mm thick, with a weight of 180g, it certainly will be considered chubby compared to the ultra-slim form factors that have begun to populate the mobile market.The size, weight and cost measure up to the technological wonders packed inside. Nokia N93