Nokia released its E-series little time ago, with the objective to offer active commerce and trade related people with such an array of mobile phones that could attend to all their business needs. E series has given the technology world some of the most brilliant smart phones ever, with features ranging from emailing to music playing and gaming.

These are one of the most powerful business handsets offering mobility to smart businesses and professionals on the move. The E series flaunts a new line of business optimized devices with an emphasis on enhanced connectivity and support for corporate email push services.

History:

On October 12, 2005, Nokia announced what the company referred to as the E series, consisting of three mobile phones; the E60, E61 and E70. On May 18, 2006, Nokia announced the addition of the E50 to the series, which it refers to as a “business device” rather than a “smartphone”. On February 12, 2007, Nokia announced the addition of three more handsets to the series; E61i, E65 and E90. On April 11, 2008, Nokia Australia advised that the E61i would be discontinued in May 2008 and be replaced by a more featured but smaller E71. In December 2008,  E71’s substitute E63 was released.

Features:

As already stated above, whole E series emphasizes on business needs, and is featured accordingly. But there are entertainment features too. Almost all the Nokia E series models include remarkable features like Series 60 platform 3rd Edition, QVGA (or better displays), Wi-fi, push email, Bluetooth, EDGE and 3G high-speed data.

Key Features:

Style:

E50, E51 and E60 are Candybar, E61, E61i and E62 are Bricks, E65 and E66 are Sliders, E70 and E71 are Clamshells whereas E90 is Communicator.

Operating Frequency Mode:

Most of these phones have EGSM, and some latest handsets have WCDMA and HSDPA.

QWERTY Keyboard:

All E series phones possess a QWERTY keyboard except E50, E51, E60, E65 and E66.

Wi-Fi:

Except for E62 and E50, all E series phones are packed with Wi-Fi.

Camera:

E series features in built camera except for E60, E61 and E62.

Memory card:

All E series mobile handsets have an option of extendable memory via memory cards.

GPS:

This new navigating technology is gaining more and more popularity day by day. Only E66, E71 and E90 are quipped with GPS supportin whole E series.

E90:

The E90 possesses almost all the features that are available these days including HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS, a 3.2-megapixel camera, large 800 x 352-pixel LCD and a full QWERTY keyboard.

E71:

This phone is equipped with almost every latest technology possible, including Wi-Fi, GPS, HSPDA etc. Full QWERTY key board and 3.15 mp camera with a secondary video call camera add to its value. There is a word processor to cater to document related needs, and high speed wireless connectivity enables the user to get connected with business companions.

E63:

Nokia E63 has been evaluated as a substitute of E71 since the day it hit market. In many ways, both phones are capable of being compared to each other. A QWERTY email-focused Business phone; even named as “the plastic E71”; E63 is evidently built on the older E71’s design.

Nokia is a relied upon mobile phone company all around the globe. Their wide range starts from entry level simplest mobile phones and pulls out to comprehensive corporate oriented palm devices. E series has expressly been designed for the business community with an aim to fulfill all the needs of a corporate user from word processing to e-mailing. This series has proven to be a success and Nokia is still adding to its business phone list.

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