Nokia E65: the Handset for the Strikers

By: Raina Kelsey

The new Nokia E65 mobile phone is a fabulous and attractive 3G Smartphone coming in a neat and slim sized casing. The E65 comes with a measurement of 15.5 x 105 x 49mm and weighs 105 grams, making it easy and comfortable for the user to hold in hand and carry in pocket. The light-weight handset casing comes in a choice of colours including a luxurious chocolate brown colour and a desirable red colour.
The Nokia E65 comes with an integrated 2 megapixel camera that assures the users of perfect pictures with excellent quality. The camera provides the user with a high quality imaging feature that will help him to capture, store, edit and share the masterpieces with others.

The handset has an integrated music player that allows the user to enjoy MP3 & AAC music formats. It helps him in storing his favourite tunes ensuring musical entertainment.

The Nokia E65 comes with messaging services that are easy to use, including instant messaging, text messaging and multimedia messaging. The multimedia message helps the user to share the photos and video recording among others bringing an element of fun into it. The phone comes with a voice recording feature that will help the user in recording conversation and memorandums with ease.

The E65 model handset comes with an internal memory of 50 Mbytes. The handset provides an option for the user to expand the memory by inserting a memory card to suit the storage requirements. The handset comes with a HTML Nokia Browser that provides the user with a full internet experience on the mobile handset. The Bluetooth wireless connectivity option supports the handset in havind a connection with other Bluetooth wireless devices. The battery will provide the user with approximately 6 hours of GSM talk time, upto 2.5 hours of WCDMA talk time and upto 3 hours voice over IP talk time. It also has upto 264 hours GSM standby battery time or upto 120 hours of GSM WCDMA and WLAN standby time.

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