It is obvious that there has been a mini revolution in mobile phones on account of the emergence of the Nokia N93 and its superb video capture-VGA at 30 frames per second. Other phone makers will now feel compelled to improve for up till now, video capture has been an afterthought. Moving pictures is more advanced than still pictures and is a multimedia ideal. Quality phones such as Sony Ericsson's K800i lack overall credibility because the video recording is third rate. The N93 is also a fine smartphone as well as a great camcorder. If Nokia can decrease the size and weight of the device-without compromising quality-they will have a more accessible phone, for many grumble that it is too large. I personally think it is not too big; afterall it is a camcorder phone and is smaller than a dedicated camcorder. The Nokia N93 camcording smartphone is the quintessential all-rounder.