First Nokia E90 Sold in Indonesia

The first unit of Nokia E90 Communicator sold in an auction on 16 May 2007 in Jakarta, Indonesia. A businessman, Hartono Gunawan, won the auction by offering the amount of Rp45, 000,000 (US$5,000) and got “the first E90 sold in the world”.
Two executives of Nokia Finland, Jouni Polonen, Product Program Manager Enterprise Solution and Mika Savolainen, Product Manager, Enterprise Solution, attended the-called Indonesia’s Nokia Communicator Community Gathering in Ritz Carlton Hotel, Jakarta.
More than 1,000 Communicator users attended the gathering.
According to Nokia Indonesia general manager, Hasan Aula, the money got from the auction will donate as charity to UNICEF.
Hasan said, in the recent decade, Nokia has always chosen Jakarta as the first city to launch each Communicator series globally. “E90 Communicator will also launch here next month for the first time,” he says.
The historical journey of the Nokia Communicator began in September 1996 with the launch of the first Nokia Communicator –the Nokia Communicator 9000– which had also resulted in the conception of a community of loyal Nokia Communicator users that are known today as the Communicator Community.
The Communicator Community boasts a membership of more than 30,000 and still continues to grow.
Nokia E90 features 3-Megapixel camera and a secondary QCIF camera for video conferencing, internal display that supports 6 million colors and 800 x 352 pixel resolution, 128MB internal memory, MicroSD slot, FM radio and it is Bluetooth support. The phone will be available globally in June.

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