Nokia 6090 specs

Nokia 6090 specs

The Nokia 6090 phone is ideal for your vehicle; it is optimally designed for easy installation, either on the dashboard or in the central console.

Thanks to its vehicle-mounted 8-watt output power design, the Nokia 6090 phone can provide increased reliability and continuity of ongoing communications, especially when driving between cities or when calling or transferring data from other remote locations.

Designed with safety and ease-of-use in mind, the Nokia 6090 phone's all-purpose Naviý key guides you straight and fast to the features you need most.

Echo canceling and noise reduction technology is built into the Nokia 6090 phone and even the microphone and loudspeakers are tailored to the specific requirements of in-vehicle mobile communication.

The Nokia 6090 phone provides high-end data capability, with built-in modem functionality and an RS232 interface to connect to a personal digital assistant (PDA), a compatible PC or a compatible mobile fax machine.

The dual SIM concept of the Nokia 6090 phone especially serves the needs of taxi, truck, and delivery van fleets.

Full Specifications

Call Management

These features enable to use the phone in a more ergonomic way and to have better control of costs.

Reliable Connections
The peak output power is 8W. When the coverage is not too good, instead of raising your voice, repeating what you say, or reinitiating an interrupted call, the Nokia 6090 phone automatically peaks up to 8 W in order to maintain the best possible connection. The receiver sensibility is also set as specified by regulation bodies.

Automatic answer of incoming calls
Speed dialing: For up to 8 names (1 is always for voice mail)
Last number redial from dialed calls list (e.g. scroll-up from idle)
Closed user group (this feature allows to receive and initiate calls only to/from selected phone lines

Call Divert
The following options are selectable:
Divert all
Divert if busy
Divert if no reply
Divert if not reachable
Divert all fax calls
Divert all data calls
Cancel all diverts

As an example, if your car phone is turned off, the call can be diverted directly to your handheld mobile phone mailbox or directly to your handheld mobile phone, if you have one.

Tip: The settings "divert if no reply" and "divert if not reachable" (from your handheld phone to your mounted vehicle phone) enable you to receive calls using the vehicle phone without having to manipulate the settings, such as changing SIM, or switching off the handheld phone.

Recent Calls List
Memory for 5 last numbers dialed/received/missed
Time stamp for calls lists
Automatic erasure of call lists when SIM card is changed

Cost Control and Security Functions

Network Related
Automatic, manually or via AT-commands selectable network selection can enable substantial savings while roaming
Fixed dialing numbers allow calls only to predefined numbers that the owner of the SIM card has chosen; it is protected by a code (PIN2) that the user of the phone may not be aware of, it is also SIM card dependent
Emergency calls 112 (number operates in specific countries only) without SIM-card and with key locked phone
Call ID control allows the user to see who is calling; this feature depends on the contract you have with your operator
Call timers: Advice of charge; charge meters, charge limiting, currency handling

Electronic keyguard (menu *)
Security code; PIN1, PIN2 (when a non-owner SIM card is inserted)

Power Control
Ignition switching time-out selectable from 45 seconds to 24 hours
Automatic power off mode can be disabled


Phonebook Memory
Up to 250 names and phone numbers supported in SIM card (each name can include up to 16 characters, each phone number can be up to 30 digits long; the actual number of memory locations is SIM specific)
Up to 150 names and phone numbers in internal phone memory

Fetch Service
Fetch service makes it possible to use a phone number from the memory when sending an SMS, storing Voice Mailbox number, or activating Call Divert to another number

Phonebook Display Options
Name with large font (standard)
Name list
Name and number
Phone number in large font by pressing # - key

User Interface

Dynamic display layout adjusts automatically for optimal viewing
Full graphics layout

SIM Cards
ISO SIM in phone unit
Plug-in SIM in handset

DTMF Tones
DTMF stands for Dual Tone Multi Frequency signal transmitting

Voice mail waiting indicator
Fax message waiting indicator

Language selection can happen automatically when using a phase 2 SIM, or one of the 26 supported languages can be selected manually

Voice Volume Control
10 selectable volume levels
Separate voice volume level settings for handset and handsfree usage
In-call volume control

30 different selectable ringing tones
Ringing types can be ascending ringing, beep once, normal ringing, ring once, or off

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