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Nokia E6-00 Single SIM 8GB Black

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Mobile phone that is able to perform many of the functions of a computer, typically having a relatively large screen and an operating system capable of running general-purpose applications.
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Long product name Nokia E6-00 Single SIM 8GB Black :
The short editorial description of Nokia E6-00 Single SIM 8GB Black

E6-00 - 8 GB, 6.2484 cm (2.46 ") TFT LCD VGA (640 x 480), 8 MP, WLAN IEEE802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0, GPS, QWERTY
Short summary description Nokia E6-00 Single SIM 8GB Black:
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Nokia E6-00, 6.35 cm (2.5"), 8 GB, 8 MP, Symbian OS, Belle, Black
Long summary description Nokia E6-00 Single SIM 8GB Black :

Nokia E6-00. Display diagonal: 6.35 cm (2.5"), Display resolution: 640 x 480 pixels, Display type: TFT. Processor frequency: 0.68 GHz. RAM capacity: 0.25 GB, Internal storage capacity: 8 GB. Rear camera resolution (numeric): 8 MP. SIM card capability: Single SIM, 3G. Operating system installed: Symbian OS, Operating system version: Belle. Battery capacity: 1500 mAh. Colour of product: Black. Weight: 133 g

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Testseek has collected 127 expert reviews for Nokia E6-00 8GB Svart and the average expert rating is 71 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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The Nokia E6 is the latest Symbian ^3 smartphone from Nokia, featuring the Finnish company's sharpest screen to date, a compact design and a proper QWERTY keypad. If you're looking for a business handset and don't fancy a BlackBerry, it's worth a secon...
Good At 2.46 inches, the Nokia E6's screen is tiny in comparison to most touchscreen smartphones, harking back to phones from a few years ago. It's actually a stunning display, however, with a razor-sharp 640 x 480 pixel resolution that equates to a staggering 326 pixels per inch. As such, text and images are incredibly sharp and clear, and websites, photographs or even movie clips can be perfectly re...
Bad Despite featuring the latest 'Anna' version of Symbian ^3, the Nokia E6 still feels slightly outdated when it comes to the software. This is both a plus and a negative in a business handset – lots of users will appreciate the familiarity – but if you're expecting a new and fresh look this probably isn't the phone for you. The other area the Nokia E6 stumbles in is apps, where it trails a long way...
Bottom line Despite some slight reservations about the software on the Nokia E6, it's still a pretty smart handset. Not everybody is convinced by the switch to touchscreen controls, and the mix of touch-sensitive display and a proper QWERTY keypad makes the Nokia...
With 3G/3G+, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, the E6 has plenty of connectivity options and does a good job of holding on to network coverage. It's a decent phone to talk on too, as the sound is clear with no whooshing or breathing noises. Voices are perfectly dis...
Good Design, handling, finish, Goodquality keyboard, Excellent battery life, Good as a phone, GPS, maps and route guidance functions...
Bad Frequent slowdowns, Interface, Screen is a bit small for frequent web browsing, Not many applications, High SAR level...
Bottom line The Nokia E6 is a pro smartphone with an excellent design, handling and finish, a good keyboard, an excellent e-mail function and a decent battery life. If you're already familiar with Symbian you'll appreciate the few changes made, but if you're new t...
Despite the fact that the E6 sports the latest version of the Symbian OS, we’re still not keen on it, and look forward to the first Nokia Windows Phone 7 device being launched. However, the Nokia E6 has enough in the way of features to be a phone th...
Good Good looks and a welldesigned QWERTY keyboard...
Bad Screen size means you can’t use it to watch a film and web browsing involves a lot of scrolling...
Touchscreen phones are where both manufacturers and punters are spending now, and all other categories are seeing rapid declines in market share. But if the most important applications you use involve phone calls and messaging, all of the new, whizzy d...
Bottom line There are a few loose ends, and one potential show-stopper of a bug. My review E6 didn't always answer phone calls - with the phone hanging up before I had a chance to answer it. I'm not alone in experiencing this. Other bugs are cosmetic, but annoyin...
Nokia E6 review: Another Nokia phone that possesses excellent hardware, but let down by software that just isn't as slick, fast or user friendly as competitors Nokia may be ditching its Symbian mobile phone operating system and switching to Windows Pho...
Bottom line The Nokia E6 is an impressively built smartphone with a great keyboard and a very good camera. Unfortunately, it's much of the same story for Nokia -- it has produced another piece of excellent hardware that is ultimately held back by the unintuitive S...
Tweet The E6 is Nokia’s latest business handset, described as ‘Touch and Type’ it incorporates a full QWERTY keyboard and touchscreen. It’s also one of the first handsets to include the latest version of Symbian Anna, with redesigned icons and a faster...
Bottom line We really like the E6; it’s well built, looks fantastic - especially the new U, a good camera, free Ovi maps and high-res screen. While Anna is the best version of Symbian yet - and works better here on a Touch and Type handset than the full QWERTY Nok...
The Nokia E6 follows on from its E-Series QWERTY predecessors such as 2010's Nokia E5, providing the best E-Series camera yet, touch screen navigation and the home screen capabilities of the Symbian^3 platform.The Nokia E6 is priced at £320, twice the...
Good Touchscreen and physical QWERTY keyboard, Free Maps and sat nav with info, Good 8MP camera, Much faster web browser than previous Symbian^3 phones, High build quality...
Bad Small screen, No FM transmitter, Disjointed messaging methods, No dedicated Camera button, Dictaphone/Voice Command button only works on long press...
Bottom line The Nokia E6 follows on from its E-Series QWERTY predecessors such as 2010's Nokia E5, providing the best E-Series camera yet, touch screen navigation and the home screen capabilities of the Symbian^3 platform.The Nokia E6 is priced at £320, twice the...
Nokia may be ditching its Symbian mobile phone operating system and switching to Windows Phone 7 for future, high-end smartphones, but the struggling Finnish company remains intent on pushing Symbian smartphones. The business-orientated E6 smartphone...
Good Excellent build quality and feel Great keyboard Excellent quality camera...
Bad Screen is too small Symbian not slick or fast Web browsing remains inferior to rivals...
Bottom line The Nokia E6 is an impressively built smartphone with a great keyboard and a very good camera. Unfortunately, it's much of the same story for Nokia -- it has produced another piece of excellent hardware that is ultimately held back by the unintuitive S...
The Nokia E6 has been two years in the in the waiting, if not the making. It’s taken Nokia since 2009 to replace its flagship portrait QWERTY phone, the Nokia E72, and it’s only now, as the company dumps Symbian for Windows Phone, that it’s finally...
Good Compact, robust, sharp touch screen and camera...
Bad QWERTY keyboard cannot compare to a BlackBerry, Symbian is its usual irksome self...
Bottom line The Nokia E6 might be a great phone when judged by the criteria of talking to people through the medium of sound, but it’s hard to consider it when business folk are as much in need of a portable computer in their pocket as a telephone – especially whe...
Nokia is desperately trying to re-invent itself as a cutting-edge smartphone company, but still is hoping to make a success of its ageing Symbian OS. It's rebooted it in the form of Symbian Anna and stuck it on the all-new E6, and thrown in a pin-sh...
Good Premium chassis and super-crisp screen bring a luxury feel...
Bad Close together keys and outdated OS still grate...
Bottom line There are some fantastic touches on this budget business smartphone but it's not quite enough from Nokia...
We’re experiencing a deluge of keyboarded smartphones at the moment. The HTC ChaCha, Samsung Galaxy Pro, and the Nokia E6 makes three. How does Nokia’s Anna toting handset stack up?...
Bottom line The Nokia E6 is a handset for the text creator, though it is not ideal if you also like a bit of big screen action by way of video or web viewing...
Back in the day, before Apple fixed the iPhone to make it viable for business users, Nokia's E-series phones such as the E71 were the kings of the hill thanks to their excellent keyboards and support for Exchange and Office files. Much has changed sinc...
Bottom line While the E6 is well-built and has plenty of features, the Symbian operating system is a pain to use and won't be supported for much longer, so it's one to avoid...
We may be looking forward to the release of Nokia’s first Windows Phone 7 OS powered smartphone, as well as to the novel user experience of the MeeGo-powered Nokia N9, but the Finnish company is still churning out its Symbian-operating mobile devices s...
A redesigned OS, a high-definition screen and the introduction of touch. Does this make the Nokia E6 an exciting new offering for enterprise?Nokia has a heritage of QWERTY enabled devices and it€s latest offering is the E6, which brings with it a heap of...
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