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Mark Peters : April 27th 2010 - 04:00 CET

Nokia E5 review


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NokiaNokia E5 review : One of the most recent Nokia smartphones is the Nokia E5. The Nokia E5 handset has a full Qwerty keyboard and is a follow-up of what Nokia offered with the Nokia E71 and E63 models. The Nokia E5 cell phone is especially aimed at the business user, who will also use the Nokia smartphone for personal use. That is actually a pretty logical and practically-oriented target group. A large part of business users also actively use their phone for personal use. The fact that the Nokia E5 is a business phone is noticeable right away in creating an e-mail account. The possibility of creating several (up to ten) accounts is offered, and is carried out easily.
Nokia E5 review

Nokia E5 features
The new Nokia E5 mobile phone supports the HSDPA network, and also has Wi-Fi. That’s handy to be able to use the local wireless network or to quickly stay up to date on the go. Speed is still a necessary factor for mobile communication. The software applications are not getting any lighter, nor are the data that are being sent back and forth. If you ever get lost, you can let the Nokia E5 smartphone take you to the right address via Ovi Maps, Nokia’s free navigation solution.

Nokia E5

Nokia E5 Smartphone
A business user is also involved in social networks such as LinkedIn. The Nokia E5 cell phone offers immediate access to the popular social media Apps, so that the most recent status of every personal or business contact can be shown. In terms of design, the Nokia E5 resembles the E71. The display is fairly small and measures 2.4-inches, but still has a good, clear display. The resolution is pretty standard with 320x240 pixels and a total of 250.000 color reproduction. Right under the display the buttons for the main parts such as Menu, Home and Contact are found. The Qwerty keyboard can be controlled easily, which is an immediate advantage for typing longer messages.

Nokia E5 reviews

Nokia E5 review
The new Nokia E5 smartphone comes with a standard 2GB microSD memory card included, but it's possible to increase storage capacity via the card slot. The Nokia E5 phone also supports microSDHC, so that the maximum capacity becomes 32GB. The internal memory is only 250MB. With all the software applications, social network activities, business programs and multimedia files at hand, storage capacity becomes more important for such a Smartphone. The Nokia E5 mobile phone is expected to be available in the third quarter.

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