Excerpt: Few months ago I purchased a new mobile phone from an authorized Nokia store, it was Nokia E51 and I have been using this cellular phone until the time I write this little review. Basically, this is a perfect product to me, made by Nokia Corporation, as we all know that Nokia E series were produced for business person. The cellular’s specification is completely good, it is small and easy to carry on our pocket and very light, beside the design is very simple and elegant.
Excerpt: I have been using Nokia E51 for nearly two weeks now and I should say I am generally satisfied with it. First, its look is small and stylish, and the rose steel appearance caters especially to my taste. One minor defect is that the steel shell can easily get stained with fingerprints, and frequent rubbing and cleaning make the use a little bit inconvenient. But compared to the many advantages E51 can provide, this minor inconvenience can be easily brushed aside.
Excerpt: Actually I am not Nokia Lover, I am a Sony Ericsson Fans. But when I see my friend using E51 as his cell phone, it suddenly strikes me! I definitely fall in love with it. At the first glance, I really like the stainless steel design for the sides and the back of the phone; it gives me the exclusive and the business style for whomever the person who used it.
Excerpt: My first mobile phone was a Nokia 6150. It was one of Nokia ’s better phone during the late 90’s and it was reliable and durable. It served me for 3 years before I had to replace it. Fast-forward to 2009, I was looking for a new phone to replace my current one. I know I want a phone with 3G and Wi-fi connectivity that I can use to browse the web or use as a modem for my laptop when I’m outside.
Excerpt: Alright, for those looking for a Smart Phone, the Nokia E51 is worth a second look. Before I bought it, what I really needed from a phone was the user friendliness of a Nokia and the ability to sync with my Outlook calendar. I found those two traits in the E51 PLUS it had a very classic black metallic case. It was mid-priced, but it looked quite elegant. When I started using it, I found that the software interface with the PC was intuitive and had no problems using it.
Excerpt: I sometimes wonder why Nokia hadn’t pushed the benefits of this little PDA phone more. The E61 been around a few years and it’s a good in my view or better than the Blackberry. It cost from 100 to 350 or so, depending on network subsidy etc. But as for features: I have three different e-mail accounts accessible in one click via the native email software that comes with it. I can connect via 3g, WiFi, if I’m in a hot spot, InfraRed, or via cable to my PC.
Excerpt: E51 is good phone , but not for multimedia usage. It's perfect for calls and business. The OS is outdated. It has good organizer , but it doesn't have countdown timer. All Symbian phones doesn't have.
Pros: Very luxury design
Cons: Very high SAR rate, Very laggy and outdated OS, Contdown-timer, Ovi Store, Very uncomfortable volume keys
Summary: Excellent and stylish phone with basic features.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++====