Nokia E90 Communicator
|Compatible networks||WCDMA 2100
|Predecessor||Nokia 9500 Communicator|
|Dimensions||132 × 57 × 20 mm|
|Memory||256 MB Internal NAND flash
128 MB RAM (80–90 MB user accessible)
|Display||Main display: 800×352 pixels, 4 inch, with 16.7 million colors
Cover display: 240×320 pixels, 2 inch, with 16 million colors
USB 2.0 Compliant
The first Nokia E90 unit was sold in an auction in Jakarta, Indonesia on 17 May 2007 for Rp. 45,000,000 (5,000 US$). Indonesia being one of the largest market share for Nokia's communicator series is cited as a reason for the unit's first launch location.
When launched, the E90 was a fifth generation Nokia Communicator. Unlike its predecessors, it operates on the Series 60 v3 platform of Symbian OS. Previous Communicators have been based on either GeOS or Series 80. The E90 is also the first Communicator to have UMTS/HSDPA connectivity and integrated GPS. It features OSGi and eRCP, Eclipse RCP for embedded systems.
Early user-feedback and reviews highlighted a defect in the microphone of the Communicator. Nokia initially denied the existence of the defect, but Nokia Europe later acknowledged it in the Q3 earnings report released on 18 October 2007, and stated that the issue had been fully resolved.
The Communicator's firmware version 220.127.116.11, released in late October 2007, added support for A-GPS and improved GPS performance. This version also upgraded the Maps application. As of June 2009[update], the Communicator's most recent firmware version is 400.34.93. The free navigation program Ovi Maps is also available for this Communicator (currently just without the free navigation itself).
|Operating System||Symbian OS v9.2 S60 Platform, 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1|
|CPU||ARM11 (OMAP2420 @ 330 MHz)|
|RAM (built in)||128 MB shared|
|Expandable memory||Originally stated as 2 GB maximum- this has now been changed to 4 GB on the nokia website specifications. microSD/microSDHC hot-swappable  . However, 16GB has been observed to work . Tested working with 32GB|
|Messaging||SMS, MMS, Email (IMAP4, POP3, SMTP), Instant Messaging|
|Video calls||Yes (QCIF camera)|
|Push to talk||Yes|
|Call log||Yes (maximum of 30 days)|
|GSM||Yes (Quadband 850/900/1800/1900 MHz)|
|CDMA||Yes (WCDMA 2100 MHz with simultaneous voice and packet data)|
|3G||Yes (UMTS 2100 with HSDPA of 3.6 Mbit/s).|
|WLAN||Yes (Wi-Fi 802.11b/g)|
|FM radio||Yes (requires included headset)|
|Bluetooth||Yes (v2.0 with Enhanced Data Rate & A2DP)|
|USB||Yes (v2.0 miniUSB)|
|BlackBerry||Yes (with BlackBerry Connect v4.0 Software, including over the air activation)|
|Offline mode||Yes, However Bluetooth and WiFi may be switched on independently.|
|Office Suite||Quickoffice (Microsoft Office compatible)|
|Web browser||WAP 2.0, xHTML, HTML (limited Adobe Flash support)|
|Java support||Yes (MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1)|
|PDF viewer||Yes (Adobe Acrobat Reader LE 1.5.0)|
|Camera||3.2 megapixels (with autofocus and LED flash), video at (up to) VGA (640×480), up to 30 frame/s|
|Video player||Yes (built-in RealPlayer)|
|Exterior screen||TFT, 16M colors, 240×320 pixels, 2 inch|
|Internal screen||TFT, 16.7M colors, 800×352 pixels, 4 inch|
|Battery Type||BP-4L, Li-Ion 1500 mAh|
|Stand-by time||Up to 14 days|
|Talk time||Up to 5.8 hours|
|Form factor||Clamshell with full QWERTY keyboard|
|Dimensions||132 × 57 × 20 mm|
- The Nokia E90 does not support fax as fax services are not included in the 3G Specifications. It does however support fax through Content Beamer application.
- Supports Microsoft Exchange email via the Nokia "Mail for Exchange" software application. This program does not support folders or native HTML mail.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Nokia E90 Communicator.|
- Official Nokia E90 page
- Forum Nokia Specifications
- Nokia Press Release – 12 February 2007.
- Latest Nokia Maps application and Map Loader utility
- Beta release of contact-threaded SMS/MMS text messaging application for E90 – and others