AAN's sister site All About Symbian reviews the N93 and its various special editions.
The Nokia N93 in all its various modes: standby, horizontal, vertical and camcorder.
The Nokia N93 was launched in mid-2006 as a smartphone camcorder, with the ability to record video at VGA resolution at 30 frames per second. That meant the N93 could record video at close to DVD quality, and the physical design of the phone placed this ability centre stage. The advertising campaign for this phone featured British film star Gary Oldman filming various scenes in New York on an N93.
As well as the camera, the N93 also featured a 3D graphics acceleration chip for the first time in a phone, and a TV Out function which let you use the phone through a television set.
Here's a list of links to our sister-site All About Symbian's multi-part review of the N93, as well as its Golf and Mission Impossible 3 special editions. Please note these are reviews of the original N93, not the N93i.