Nokia first launched its E-series, the range of business-oriented smart phones, in the year 2005 and since then, the company has been churning out new and improved handsets in the range every year. In Nokia E-series, E stands for Enterprise and as per the name; the phones belonging to this series are perfect for all the entrepreneurs, who are always on the move as well as those who cannot leave their desk even for a single minute.
This is because it’s WCDMA (or GSM) is for those who cannot seem to sit in one place for too long, while WLAN (Wi-Fi and VOIP) looks as if it’s custom made for those have to remain in the office forever. With the e-series, Nokia has emphasized quite a lot on the enhanced connectivity and support for corporate e-mail push services. No wonder, the phone is becoming one of the favorites for the corporate honchos!
With its sleek look, 1.3 megapixel camera, quad band GSM, MP3 player and HTML browser, Nokia E50 is perfect for any user. Add to this the in-search device, mobile office (MS Word, PowerPoint and Excel), PDF Viewer, Zip viewer, file manager, conference facilities and email notification it offers and you have the perfect phone for the new-age executives.
With high-speed mobile browsing, email, multimedia features, a multitude of connectivity options, convenient shortcut keys, and mini map, the soon to be launched Nokia E51 is just the pick for businessmen. Not to forget its 2 megapixel camera, 4x digital zoom, playback with H.264 (MPEG-4), 3gpp & Real codecs and video calling that go perfectly with its slim design.
If you want that competitive edge over others, go for the advanced Nokia E61. The main features of the handset include advanced email capabilities, flexible and fast data connections, push email support, multi-tasking capabilities and Series 60 3rd edition, Symbian OS 9.1 Operating System. However, there is no camera.
The effective attachment handling, one touch keys, QWERTY keyboard and fast connections of Nokia E61i promise the user an improved email experience. Quickoffice, ZIP Manager, Adobe Acrobat Reader, conference calling and VoIP calling readiness are some of the other features of this smart phone. The 2 mega pixel camera makes it a better version of Nokia E61.
Nokia E62 supports third party email clients like BlackBerry Connect, apart from Microsoft Office 97, 2000, XP and 2003. The S60 3rd edition, Symbian OS 9.1 Operating system, GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz network and multi-tasking capabilities of this phone make it the preference of many.
The slim and sleek Nokia E65 packs within itself a range of voice features, One Touch keys, a built-in email client, and multiple connectivity options. It also makes cost-efficient VoIP (voice over IP) calls via WLAN, has 2 megapixel camera, and is capable of being converted into an in-office PBX. The operating frequency has WCDMA 2100, EGSM 850/900/1800/1900 and Integrated WLAN.
Apart from push email solutions, Nokia E70 offers native email client and attachment viewers, editors for documents, spreadsheets and presentations as well as a full keyboard. It has GPRS/EGPRS and WCDMA networks and boasts of applications that synchronize with Microsoft Outlook and Lotus Notes. The phone is based on Symbian OS v9.1 and has 2 megapixel camera.
Nokia E90 Communicator
Nokia E90 Communicator, with its mobile broadband, email, and multiple office functions, eliminates the need of carrying a laptop. Other features include QWERTY keyboard, high-speed 3G mobile broadband connection, WCDMA and quad-band GSM international roaming, integrated GPS mapping and 3 megapixel camera.