Nokia E65: for Effortless Hardwork

By: Alice Erin


Nokia have always enjoyed a tremendous loyalty from its business phone users. This leads to steep expectations when a business solution is launched by Nokia. If the handset is a member of business centric E series, expectations get even higher. Fortunately, Nokia has been largely successful in meeting these expectations if not exceed them. The launch of Nokia E65 and its immediate popularity have again proved Nokia's ability to come up good to meet high public expectations.

The Nokia E65 is a sleek slider business phone. Though words like fashion, beauty and style are hardly said while discussing a business mobile phone, one has to make exception while describing the Nokia E65 . Compact form and leather like casing adds class to this slider. Available in Red and Mocca, the Nokia E65 is as much about performance as it is about style.

The smartphone is essentially based on S60 platform and operates on Symbian Operating system. The Nokia E65 has everything you'd expect from a business phone and more. Starting from Office applications to Push to Talk technology, the Nokia E65 provides you every possible advantage in this competitive world.

The handset supports quad band GSM network and thereby functional in all corners of the globe. Powered with 3G technology and a VGA camera, the Nokia E65 can make and receive video calls across UMTS networks. You can enjoy high speed internet on the go with GPRS/EDGE data connectivity or make use of WiFi to make low cost long distance call through VoIP over WLAN. Get instant local connectivity via USB, Infrared or Bluetooth for instant data transfer or synchronization.

The Nokia E65 is endowed with a 2.0 megapixel camera with added features like digital zoom and video recording ability. The camera is very handy at times especially because of its single touch activation. You can carry a few of your favourite tunes on the 50 Mb memory to enjoy music on the go with its integrated media player.

Nokia E65

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