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The Nokia N93 is a smartphone by Nokia especially designed for multimedia use. It was introduced in April 2006 and released in July 2006.

The N93 has improved camera capabilities compared with the earlier N90. The phone has a 3.2 megapixel camera, Carl Zeiss optics and 3x optical zoom as well as a 30 fps VGA-resolution MPEG-4 video recording capability. It was the most advanced camera phone from Nokia at the time of its release.


  • DVD-like video capture at 30 frames per second in the MPEG-4 format at VGA resolution[1]
  • 3.2 MP camera with Carl Zeiss Vario Tessar optics and flash[1][2][3]
  • 320 x 240 pixels, 262,144 colors 2.4” display[2]
  • 3 times optical zoom / 20 times digital zoom[3]
  • direct TV out connectivity[1]
  • easy video creation and burning to DVD with Adobe Premiere Elements 2.0[1]
  • digital image stabilization[3]
  • close up mode[3]
  • Visual Radio
  • 50MB memory, 64MB RAM, up to 2GB mini SD card storage (90 minutes of "DVD-like" video)[3]
  • Dual ARM 11 332 MHz CPU
  • Infrared and Bluetooth
  • WLAN (b and g), 3G (WCDMA 2100 MHz), EDGE and GSM (900/1800/1900 MHz) networks[3][4]
  • Java MIDP 2.0[2]
  • Adobe Flash Lite 1.1 preinstalled (Supports Flash Lite 2.1 and Flash Lite 3.0 developer editions)
  • Symbian application support[2]
  • UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) support[4]
  • Comes standard with a full Web browser
  • Fully HW accelerated PowerVR 3D graphics from Imagination Technologies (including OpenGL ES 1.1 and M3G, see JBenchmark)
  • Push to Talk over Cellular (PoC)


The N93 started shipping on July 24th, 2006.


As well as coming in 2 colours, pearl black and silver, there will also be a Nokia N93 Golf Edition which is preloaded with Pro Session Golf software to help improve golf skills. Also there was a Mission: Impossible III edition which included a memory card preloaded with the movie and a Mission: Impossible III theme.[5]




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