HSDPA / GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
132 x 57 x 20 mm, 140 cc
TFT, 16M colors
800 x 352 pixels
- Second external 16M colors display (240 x 320 pixels)- Full QWERTY keyboard- Downloadable themes
Polyphonic (64 channels), MP3
microSD (TransFlash), hotswap
- 128 MB shared memory- 330 Mhz ARM processor
HSDPA, 3.6 Mbps
Yes, v2.0, miniUSB
Symbian OS v9.2, S60 rel. 3.1
SMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging
WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML
Yes + Java downloadable
3.2 MP, 2048x1536 pixels, autofocus, video(VGA 30fps), flash; secondary QCIF videocall camera
- GPS receiver (built-in maps)- Push to talk- Video calling- Java MIDP 2.0- MP3/M4A/AAC/eAAC+/WMA player- FM radio- Voice command/dial- PIM including calendar, to-do list and printing- Document viewer- Photo/video editor- Integrated handsfree
Standard battery, Li-Ion 1500 mAh
Up to 330 h
Up to 5 h
Truphone Supports Newly-Announced Nokia Wi-Fi-Equipped Handsets
Truphone today confirmed that its mobile VoIP service is supported on three new Nokia handsets announced today: the Wi-Fi-equipped Nokia E61i, Nokia E65 and Nokia E90 models.
Truphone enables Wi-Fi-equipped mobile phones to make internet-rate phone calls (VoIP calls) over Wi-Fi connections. When the handset is not in Wi-Fi range it reverts from being a 'Truphone' to being a normal mobile handset, so people need only one device.
"The new Nokia E61i, Nokia E65 and Nokia E90 phones will be very popular and Truphone works on them from day one," said James Tagg, CEO of Truphone. "With other manufacturers also starting to put Wi-Fi on handsets, 2007 is the year that mobile meets the Internet - and that means Truphone VoIP," he added.
The Truphone client software has completed the Symbian signing process and is available for all new and existing Nokia Wi-Fi VoIP handsets.
Nokia E90 - does the keyboard live up to expectations?
Oh dear. Initial reports on the Nokia E90 are trickling in, and like a warm rivulet of liquid down your inner thigh it's not particularly great news. A bone of contention - and demonstrating just how subjective smartphones really are - is the keyboard.Â My Symbian readily heap praise on it:
"Only good words can be said about the keyboard. It has the same height as the keyboard of the 9500 and the same width as the keyboard of the 9300(i). And, just like with the dimensions of the device, it's a PERFECT combination. What's more, in contrast to 9500's and 9300's flat keys, the keys in the E90 are slightly convex and shaped in the way that makes you clearly feel where each key begins or ends"
This, however, stands distinctly at odds with The Register's hands-on report, where they find the keyboard to be too small to touch-type on and perhaps too broad to comfortably thumb-type with: "Alas, unless you have very small fingers indeed, you're going to be disappointed."
It gets worse, as their reviewer finds that accuracy when using the thumbs is sub E70 or E61.Â So far I've seen plenty of excited links to the My Symbian review - people really are happy to see a return of the Communicator styling, and there's no denying that the handset is a powerhouse - but very few second-opinions on the keyboard, and my worry would be that after the initial flurry of excited buying there'll be plenty of letdown-complaining that won't help Nokia one bit. mobile phone deals - Mobile Marketing-best mobile phone deals -latest cell phones - Everything about latest cell phones available here such as latest nokia cell phones,kids latest cell phones,latest sony ericsson cell phones,latest samsung cell phones,latest zong cell phones on cheap rate.- world phone - Bulk SMS - Mobile Phones UK - Internet Calls - projection screens - LG mobile blog - Read all about the latest LG mobile phone handsets before anyone else.- Vonage VOIP services cheap phone service - Latest Mobile Phones - BlackBerry Mobile Phones -