Nokia today announced that its latest high performance multimedia computer, the Nokia N93, has been awarded the European Media Phone of the Year 2006-2007 by the European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA), Europe’s largest multimedia press organization.
EISA commended the still image and video capture quality of the Nokia N93 plus the extensive internet and connectivity options, dubbing the device the “perfect example of a multimedia computer that can fit in your hands.” The judges also singled out the Nokia N93′s video editing and printing capability and its digital music player for particular praise.
“Nokia is delighted to have its advancements in digital imaging recognized by EISA for the second year running,” said Satu Ehrnrooth, head of Nokia Nseries Cameras, Multimedia, Nokia.
“The Nokia N93 represents a new breed of mobile imaging device. Users will find all of the exceptional connectivity, communication and entertainment features you would expect from a multimedia computer whilst also providing always-with-you imaging facilities to match dedicated compact cameras or video recorders.”
EISA is the largest editorial organization in Europe, with a membership of 52 Audio, Mobile Electronics, Video and Photo magazines drawn from 18 European countries. In June, EISA member magazines came together for the election of the European awards. The panel annually chooses the best equipment in a number of categories from products introduced during the preceding twelve months.
Regarding N93, it was made available on July 2006 and its Nokia’s latest addition to their high performance Nokia Nseries range, offering unparalleled digital camcorder, telephony and rich mobile internet functionality.
It features a 3.2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, DVD-like video capture and 3x optical zoom. Nokia N93 offers an advanced combination of imaging and communication technology.
More about the phone can be found here.