Nokia E61: An Incredibly Slim Mobile Phone

By: Keith Rickwood

Nokia E series combines amazing and user-friendly designs that appeal to individual business users with new underlying technologies. The Nokia E61 also has superior voice functionality and quality compared to other devices that combine PDA-like features with a mobile phone.

The Nokia E61 is packed with powerful applications and wireless options. The handset runs Symbian OS 9.1, Series 60 third edition. It comes with full support for viewing and editing Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents. This smart phone also works with Adobe Reader and Zip Manager, and comes with organization tools like calendar, notes, a calculator, a clock, a voice recorder, and a currency converter.

The phone has a 75MB of built-in memory; there is a built-in MP3/AAC music player, some fantastic Symbian and Java-based games.

The Nokia E61 is a quad band world phone with EDGE and the device has a four-way joystick and full keyboard combined with a wide 16 million color screen making mobile email easier than ever before. The device supports full attachment handling documents, spreadsheets, presentations, PDF viewer and ZIP manager and an editing function (document, spreadsheet and presentation) are included. The Nokia E61 also includes advanced business call features and IP-based telephony functions. You can even send and receive emails, when on a phone call.
The Nokia E61 gives mobile professionals a competitive edge, ever-increasing productivity, and allowing more timely responses and the ability to make important decisions. Lookswise, the E61 looks more or less like any other BlackBerry styled handset that you've seen before. The E61 is capable of up to 9.5 hours talk time and up to 17 days standby time. The handset is 3G-enabled, but because of the lack of camera you will only be able to make one-way video conference calls. So if you want something more from your business device, the Nokia E61 is right mobile phone for you.

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