Nokia Expands E-Series, Launches E5 Symbian Device With Support For Corporate E-mail, MS Office, Zip and PDF

Written By Sam on 7 October 2010

Nokia has expanded the E-Series line in India with the launch of a new business phone, Nokia E5. Based on the Symbian S60 third edition mobile operating system, the phone is targeted at professionals and users that are active on e-mail, SMS and the internet. Considering that it’s being promoted as a business phone, the model comes with the regular features that one would expect to find in a business communicator, including 3G and Wi-fi connectivity; support for corporate e-mail through Mail for Exchange and IBM Lotus Notes Traveler; and the ability to read/edit Microsoft Office documents, support ZIP files and view PDF files. The phone has a Business and Personal homescreen toggle feature to allow users to organize content and shortcuts.

Nokia E5 Features

  • 2.36-inch TFT display (320×240 pixel resolution screen)
  • 5MP fixed focus camera with LED flash
  • Access to apps such as Maps, Facebook, Camera, Ovi Store, Web and Chat
  • Stereo FM radio with RDS
  • QVGA resolution suitable for watching videos
  • 3.5mm audio port
  • GPRS/EDGE and WLAN Wi-fi, 3G connectivity
  • DLNA and UPnP support
  • Full QWERTY keyboard
  • 600MHz ARM 11 architecture based processor
  • 256MB RAM
  • 250MB internal storage (can be expanded to 2GB with the microSD card)
  • 1200mAh Li-ion battery claiming 7.5 hours talktime.

Priced at Rs 12, 699, the Nokia E5 will initially be available in Carbon Black and Chalk White.

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