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  • Nokia E50-2

    Evaluation in my collection: Great – 9.8/10

    Nokia Codename: Siperia

    Life timer: 273h  |  Boxed: YES

    Release Year: 2006  |  Release Price: ~200 GBP

    About: The Nokia E50 Business Device is a bar-style monoblock quad-band smartphone from Nokia announced 18 May 2006[1] as part of the Eseries, intended primarily for the corporate business market. It includes sophisticated e-mail support for Nokia’s Intellisync Wireless Email, BlackBerry Connect, Visto Mobile, Activesync Mail for Exchange, Altexia as well as IMAP4. It also has the ability to view Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel attachments, and PDF documents but it cannot be used for editing these without additional apps. An application manager downloads, removes and installs both Nokia and third-party applications. Device to device synchronization is possible with Data transfer application. Features include EDGE, Bluetooth 2.0, a 1,280 ? 960 pixels (1.3-megapixel) camera, a MicroSD memory-card slot, and digital music and video player functionality through RealPlayer and Flash Player. This unit does not support UMTS, Wi-Fi, or FM radio.

    It uses the third edition of the Series 60 user-interface (S60v3) and the Symbian operating system version 9.1. It is not binary compatible with software compiled for earlier versions of the Symbian operating system.

    Reviews when released: CNET

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  • Nokia E61

    Evaluation in my collection: Great – 9.8/10

    Nokia Codename: Smailer

    Life timer: 433h  |  Boxed: YES

    Release Year: 2006  |  Release Price: ~250 EUR

    About: The Nokia E61 is a smartphone from the Eseries range, a S60 3rd Edition device targeting business users in the European market. It was announced as part of the new Eseries business line on 12 October 2005 along with the Nokia E60 and E70. As of Q4 2006 Cingular and Rogers Wireless have deployed a similar yet restricted version designated the Nokia E62 in the North American and Brazilian markets. The E62 is substantially similar but without an 802.11 WiFi chipset or W-CDMA (UMTS) 3G support. E61 supports 900/1800/1900 bands, while E62 can operate in 850/900/1800/1900 in order to support American networks.
    On 12 February 2007 Nokia announced the E61i as a follow up product.

    Reviews when released: All About Symbian

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