Nokia E63 review: E for Economy

Nokia E63 is the next QWERTY messenger by Nokia, set on the glorious path of the E71. Only this time it slips off the high heels to walk it in plain straight and simple boots instead. And the matching price tag leaves little doubt of what this Working Joe here is all about.
No fancy spoils, the Nokia E63 means business and brings connectivity and messaging together in a sharp and reliable package. Certainly a no-thrills mobile, the E63 does its jobs with no fuss and at a fair wage. Well, who would frown at that?

Now, comparisons to E71 are clearly inevitable and maybe we know better than expect Nokia E63 to impress us as much. But who says it can't persuade through common sense.

Key features:
Quad-band GSM support
3G support
Landscape 2.36" 16M-color display of QVGA resolution
Symbian 9.2 OS, S60 UI with FP1 (sprinkled with some FP2)
369 MHz ARM 11 CPU and 128 MB of SDRAM
2 megapixel fixed focus camera with LED flash
120 MB of internal memory, microSD expansion
Standard 3.5mm audio jack
Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP support
microUSB v2.0
FM radio
Comfortable full QWERTY keypad
Convenient shortcut keys
Provider-independent VoIP support
Office document editor
Nokia Maps
User-friendly Mode Switch for swapping two homescreen setups
Great battery life
Remote Lock and Wipe feature
One-year free subscription for Files on Ovi


kPg said...

Ooh, I love that red Nokia E63! But I got the black one, sadly. :( Wanna know what I think of the phone? Check out my Nokia E63 review. Thanks! :)

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