Jin Khang Ong from MobileBurn reviews the Nokia N93. He thinks the Nokia N93 is a fantastic phone, but is very bulky and has a slow camera interface. However, he still highly recommends it for its imaging and connectivity capabilities. His reviewed Nokia N93 firmware was from the version 11.0.034, but the latest version 20.0.058, which I recently reviewed, has improved the camera’s shot-to-shot time by 2.17 seconds.
Chris Davies previews the Nokia N95 for SlashPhone with three short videos. He thinks the Nokia N95 is packed with functionality but is so user-friendly that this phone will be a best-seller.
This could just be the device that lets you leave your Nano, GPS, camcorder and digital camera at home.
Check out the videos.
Jihad Abdullah Soaileek from the Nokialist reviews an early producton of the Nokia N95. The first of a three-part series of reviews for the Nokia N95 includes the design, functions, and multimedia capabilities of the phone. Soaileek likes the phone so much that he says,
If this device was a girl, I would love to date her.
Keep an eye out for the next two reviews for the Nokia N95 by the Nokialist.
A new Nokia N93 user posing as Mr T. provides an entertaining unedited review of the phone. He also receives a phone call in the middle of a demonstration of the music player.
Hold on sucka! Oops, Jun Kai is calling me right now. Looks like I gotta hang up. Man, he’s irritating!
His voice changes as he answers the phone. Watch this funny and unusual video review.
Evgeny Miatin from Digit Life reviewed the Nokia N93 yesterday. I have seen so many pictures of the Nokia N93, but Miatin’s pictures in my opinion make the phone look even more beautiful. Evgeny’s bottom line:
This phone is an outstanding model – unique video features for the present (and in the nearest months) and a well thought-out display hinge to use the device in various modes… it will certainly please those people who love to be on the edge.