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Monday, February 18, 2008

Nokia E65 - A Stylish Way To Work

Nokia's E series mobile phones have always been dubbed as enterprise solutions aimed at business users and professionals. Therefore, more than its designing aspects or its positioning, the company have emphasized on the handset's functionality. As report has it, Microsoft Office documents editing software kit embedded in Eseries performs notably better than Microsoft's very own applications for Windows Mobile. The Nokia E65 - a member of this family of business phone brings in the much needed style quotient to the otherwise serious looking E series mobile phones.

The Nokia E65 is a slider that belong to the 'slim is in' category, being one of Nokia's smallest sliders. This S60 platform based, Symbian OS v9.1 operated smartphone is available in flashy red and a more sober mocca solution. A large, TFT based QVGA display dominate the front fascia of this slider. The screen is capable of producing an astounding 16 million different hues across 240x320 pixels. Silver shaded keypads enhances the appeal further. A set of spaced out numeric keys and a 5D navigational button makes it very easy to use the Nokia E65 .

The handset's face lift has no way effected the level of functionality that an E series mobile phone is expected to exhibit. The Nokia E65 is loaded with all possible tools and technologies to aid businessmen and professionals, optimize their abilities. From the most 'basic' feature like integrated hands free to high end connectivity options like WiFi and VoIP over WLAN finds their place in the feature list. The Nokia E65 boasts of a full fledged Office Application and an truly enhanced PIM that includes calender, to do list and printing. Its Push to Talk feature allows its user to use the mobile phone just like a walkie talkie over a cellular network.

The handset's almost unending feature list includes 3G, GPRS, EDGE, Bluetooth, Infrared, USB, a 2.0 megapixel camera and a Symbian media player.

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