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May 16, 2006

Phone Cameras

16 May 2006 - So far, I have been a sceptic about combining a camera and a mobile phone. Around the corner, there are probably are a few reasons to change my mind.

Picture of Nokia N93 phone being used as a camera

The new Nokia N93 would be an interesting gadget to have on a 3G telephone network. Not only does it have a 3.1 Megapixel still/video camera, it has a Carl Zeiss lens and uses a home (or office) wireless network to print. Oh yes, it is of course also a radio, MP3 player and organiser and provides a high speed internet connection for your laptop.

I believe you can also use it to ring people. Here is a link to its manual.[via Gizmodo]

Posted by Marius at May 16, 2006 10:12 AM


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