Nokia E61i A Very Impressive Mobile Device: We cannot slag it off

The Nokia E61i is ultimately a very impressive phone that we bow too, it is a 3G mobile phone with a nicely sized 2.8 inch high resolution display. This phone is designed for the business user always on the move, it is slim and pretty easy to use. I could sit here blabbering on and on and on about this phone so what I will do is let the specifications speak for themselves. Oh one more thing, if you do have the Nokia E61i please give us your views. Thanks

Nokia E61i

nokia e61i Specifications —
– UMTS / GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
– 2.8 Inch TFT Display with 16 million colours – 320 x 240 pixels
– Five-way scroll key
– Superb QWERTY keyboard
– 60 MB shared memory
– microSD (TransFlash), hotswap Card Slot
– Vibration
– MP3, Polyphonic, True Tones & Monophonic Ringtones
– USB v2.0 Pop-Port
– Bluetooth v1.2
– WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11b/g
– Infrared port
– EDGE Class 10, 236.8 kbps & 3G 384 kbps
– MP3/AAC/MPEG4 player
– Symbian OS 9.1, Series 60 v3.0 UI
– WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML Browser
– MMS, SMS, Email & Instant Messaging
– 2 MP Camera, 1600×1200 pixels, video(CIF)
– Blackberry connectivity
– Java MIDP 2.0
– Office applications, Push to talk, Voice command/dial & Integrated handsfree
– PIM including calendar, to-do list and printing
– Up to 400 hours standby
– Up to 9 hours talk time
– 117 x 70 x 13.9 mm
– 150 grams

Sorry everyone but we cannot seem to find anything on the Nokia E61i to slag off. Let us know about the good and bad points that you know off.

Source — Phone Scoop


2 thoughts on “Nokia E61i A Very Impressive Mobile Device: We cannot slag it off”

  1. Laura says:

    I own this great device and I never regret for buying it!
    It makes my life easier 🙂

    Everything works well: Sync, Media Player, Bluetooth, Email, Applications, Music Player, 2MP Camera (though in less light exposure it will produce little grains over the pic – but overall picture’s quality is ok) etc though the Symbian is not that fast but it is still acceptable.

    One drawback would be the QWERTY keyboards due to the fact that they are not big enough compared to Blackberry’s. In the future, I hope Nokia will invent similar type with bigger keyboards and more spaces between them.

    Design wise, it is very slim compared to Blackberrys and the casing is solid. A very modern look and people have been saying that it looks cool.

    It is a hot device and a must for a busy person.

    I will give this device 8 out of 10 🙂

  2. Trock says:

    I have this set and have another 12 for my team. Works great as a corporate device. Mail for Exchange is excellent (if limited) program. Camera quality is just OK, but I don’t really think that’s a downside for business phone. Tons of great apps on it and more available. MicroSD cards are great for expansion. Bummed there’s no radio, but again, not really necessary for corporate phone.

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