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 The OS is outdated.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Cons: Very high SAR rate, Very laggy and outdated OS, Contdown-timer, Ovi Store, Very uncomfortable volume keys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: Budget smart phone with some kick aXX capabilities. But symbian is slow, screen is small, no front camera for video calls, so you can have them see you, but you can't see them or the opposite. Brwser is a joke. Very small speaker inside, meaning highest volume is pretty low just because of the speaker size by default. Most of the features available in Europe, not really for USA. I believe you can do better for the money.
Excerpt: I got this phone as a replacement for my 6120c which is taken by my wife, i bought for MYR 870 (USD261)here is my short review. The Firmware is 100.34.20 29-09-2007 RM-244 Nokia E51 (14.1) The Good; +big keypad compare to my previous 6120c phone +larger battery capacity then 6120c +got wi-fi +got 3 extra button (programmable shortcut) The Bad: -camera without flash, all picture taken got green noise, -video recorded with lower frame rate than 6120c, -no 2nd camera for...
Excerpt: "I purchased the E51 as a second phone to my iPhone, the E51 looks great and all the reviews seemed good, but i've found that setting up the phone for email, contacts, calendar synchronisation is difficult. The menu keys around the main centre select button are fiddly if you have big hands and fingers and the navigation button is also tricky to use as its around the central main select button which causes mistaken key presses. Its far from simple compared ...
Summary: I have a lot of respect for this phone but would advise potential buyers to consider if it suits their needs before buying. My reason for this is that although it is undoubtedly a powerful business tool, in my opinion leaves a lot to be desired as far as style, ease of use and dare I say, entertainment are concerned. In other words, it's a powerful but seriously dull handset.
Summary: I beleive that I have one of the first (if not *the* first) official E51 phones in the UK. I'm still getting to grips with it and all the functionality that it offers. One thing I can say though - if you have medium to large sized hands/fingers you are going to struggle a lot to use the keys properly. The number pad is fine, but the navigation and short cut keys are small and very difficult to press correctly.
Summary: Ho avuto questo cellulare Nokia oltre 6 anni fa . L'ho tenuto per circa 1 anno, dopo di ché ho dovuto cambiarlo perché si era danneggiato il pulsante di accensione, pertanto risultava impossibile accedente e spegnere il telefono . Nel periodo nel quale l'hp tenuto devo dire che mi ha soddisfatto appieno , rispondendo sempre in maniera egregia al mio utilizzo .
Summary: Ormai se non hai uno smartphone di ultima generazione pare tu non possa vivere. Bhe, per chi crede che non sia realmente così esistono ancora degli esemplari degni di nota. Uno di questi è sicuramente il caro Nokia E 51. Ci puoi fare assolutamente di tutto! Dotato di batteria in litio, connettività Bluetooth ed infrarossi, lettore MP3, radio, posta elettronica, vivavoce integrato e suonerie polifoniche. Un vero e proprio ufficio tascabile.
Pros: Assolutamente completo, batteria molto duratura .