The Nokia N90 is a smartphone with two displays. It has a built-in digital camera and integrated flash and can record video with audio. The phone has no vibration feature. The screen can be swiveled 270° to let the phone be handled more like a conventional video camera. The camera lens can also be swiveled.
It uses the Series 60 2nd Edition, Feature Pack 3 user interface on top of the Symbian OS 8.1a operating system. Later revisions also shipped with Version 2 of the Nokia Lifeblog software.
The N90 was usually bundled with a 64 MB or 128 MB DV-RS-MMC memory card and a USB data cable.
The Nokia N90 began shipping in Q2 2005 in Australia, Singapore and India (possibly incomplete list), and in Q1 2006 was made available in the USA.
Complaints about the N90 include high price, large size and weight and "chunkiness."