Nokia E5 QWERTY Smartphone Launched
Along with the Nokia C3 and Nokia C6 – both of which were officially launched by Nokia at 9am this morning – the company also revealed the Nokia E5 – a mid-level QWERTY handset that’s set to replace the Nokia E72. With a decent specification and usability that makes it great for out of office work, it’s the ideal tool for business users on the move. To find out more about the Nokia E6, read on after the jump…
The Nokia E5 is a 2.4-inch smartphone that targets business users, with a large QWERTY keypad that dominates the front of the device. Backed by cutting-edge connectivity – including 3G/HSDPA for fast browsing and download speeds, and Wi-Fi – letting you connect to home and office networks, it’s perfect for creating and accessing your emails.
Nokia has also worked on the Nokia E5’s home screen, with the device offering one-click access to your text messages, MMS messages, emails and instant messaging, aiming to make it easier than ever to stay in contact with your friends, family and colleagues.
With email proving one of the Nokia E5’s priorities, you’ll also find support for all the big webmail accounts – including Yahoo! Mail, Gmail, Windows Live Hotmail, Ovi Mail, Microsoft Exchange and IBM Lotus NotesTraveler Business.
Backing up the Nokia E5’s mid-range credentials, you’ll also find Bluetooth in place, and there’s a respectable 5-Megapixel camera with Autofocus and an LED flash. Security features are also high, with the ability to lock the Nokia E5 via SMS, and encryption for both the Nokia E5 and its memory card – again highlighting its suitability for business users.
Expected in the third quarter of 2010, the Nokia E5 will cost around €180 before taxes.