Released September, 2007
The Pros:Excellent for tracking appointments throughout the day. Large screen shows lots of text very clearly. Buttons are comfortable to work with, have a nice response to them.
The Cons:One of the few cellphones on the market that doesn't have a camera. Big and bulky, doesn't comfortably fit in a shirt pocket. Can take a long time to send a text with some networks.
The Nokia E50 is a quadband GSM mobile smartphone from Nokia's business-oriented E Series. The phone is designed with a 240 x 320-pixel color screen, one-touch email access, and a QWERTY keyboard for messaging and email functionality.
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It runs on Symbian OS 9.1 and includes both infrared and Bluetooth connectivity for pairing the phone with a headset or other device. The phone also supports push email for receiving emails instantly and has editors for Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. The E62 includes an integrated media player, Java support, and a built-in speakerphone. It provides up to 6 hours of talktime and includes 80MB of internal memory and a MiniSD slot for additional storage. The phone is available in a silver finish and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.
- GPRS/EDGE GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
- Color LCD Screen (240 x 320 pixels)
- QWERTY keyboard. 5-way scroll key
- 80MB Internal Memory + miniSD slot
- Symbian OS 9.1, S60
- Integrated Speakerphone and Conference Calling
- Media Player and Java support
- Push Email
- Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint viewer/editors
- Infrared & Bluetooth Connectivity
- 3.5 mm Nokia audio connector
- miniUSB port
- Battery Life: 6 hours talktime, 330 hours standby
- Available in Silver Finish
- Dimensions: 117 x 69.7 x 14 mm
- Weight: 144 grams
- 1 year limited warranty
User Reviews (1)
excellent for tracking appointments throughout the day
large screen shows lots of text very clearly
buttons are comfortable to work with, have a nice response to them
navigation of the menus and options is easy and comfortable
one of the few cellphones on the market that doesn't have a camera
big and bulky, doesn't comfortably fit in a shirt pocket
can take a long time to send a text with some networks
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