Review of GSM/UMTS communicator Nokia E90

“The uniqueness of this approach becomes evident when you glance over the concepts of Windows Mobile smartphones; it’s not worth comparing it with Symbian-solutions – a wholly different class in the sense of both capabilities and philosophy. The need in a QWERTY-keyboard on devices running on Windows Mobile is pretty clear and the implementation is nothing out of the ordinary – side-slider design and one display. When closed, all controls are laid out vertically, either a number pad or an on-screen thumbboard are available, zipping the device open swaps the display orientation to landscape.” Read more here: