Nokia announced the E6, a sleek business smartphone with a full QWERTY keypad, 8-megapixel camera and a high resolution touch display. Designed using premium materials such as glass and stainless steel, the device comes in a compact size that makes it easy to use with either one hand or two. The Nokia E6 offers exceptional battery life and the best out-of-the-box Microsoft messaging experience on a business smartphone, including access to Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Communicator Mobile and Microsoft SharePoint.
The E6 is powered by Nokia's latest operating system, Symbian Anna which includes new, fresh icons and usability enhancements (including split-screen view while typing); faster and easier to use browser; virtual portrait QWERTY for fast typing; and refreshed Ovi Maps with simpler and quicker search as well as new public transportation routes.
The Nokia E6 includes an extremely sharp VGA display, and has a capacitive interface and supports pinch-to-zoom. The device has an ARM1176 680MHz processor with Broadcom graphics accelerator (BCM2727), and includes an Ambient Light Sensor, Magnetometer (Compass), Orientation sensor and a Proximity sensor. The Nokia E6 has 8GB of built-in mass memory and support for 32GB on a microSd card; the available device user memory (C:) is approximately 350MB. The Nokia E6 has 256MB RAM and 1024MB ROM, improved with dynamic data management.
The Nokia E6 seamlessly integrates applications and services, such as receiving, editing and sending documents on the go, sharing images via social media channels, navigating with Ovi Maps and finding near-by services, and more.
Price and Availability
The Nokia E6 is expected to begin shipping in the second quarter of 2011 for an estimated retail price (before taxes and subsidies) of EUR 345.