WITH MORE THAN 365 consecutive days of carrying the Nokia's E90 Communicator around with me, I feel like a very specialised mobile phone customer because nearly every smartphone review in Ireland omits the Nokia E90 from its gallery of phones. Perhaps that's because the phone is more a computer than a mobile phone, ultraportable enough to be used on small tray tables on commuter trains when posting to my blog or reading web items over O2-Ireland 3G (see right). Or maybe it's because its dimensions dwarf the slim and small builds of nearly every other phone on the market. But that larger size means (1) ample battery power that normally lasts me through an entire business day of data and voice usage and (2) significant shock absorbing capability when the phone drops to the pavement. I've dropped several models of Communicators that I have owned since 1997, including the 9000, 9110, 9210i, 9500, and the E90. One interesting thing about the E90 is its browser shares a codebase similar to the iPhone Safari browser, which means my browsing often appears as an iPhone and I can see most iPhone Web Applications through the Nokia E90 browser as well.