Summary: The Nokia E63 offers a more wallet-friendly price tag compared with other unlocked smartphones and does so without sacrificing too many features; we just we wish the call quality and camera were better.
Pros: The sleek Nokia E63 offers a full QWERTY keyboard and full e-mail capabilities. The Symbian smartphone has integrated Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and 3G support. It's also one of the more affordably priced unlocked phones.
Cons: The smartphone lacks integrated GPS, and call quality could be better. The camera doesn't produce the best pictures, and there's no side-mounted volume rocker.
Excerpt: The Nokia E63 is another smartphone from the Nokia E-Series line of successful business phones. Does it live up to the high standards set by the other Nokia E-Series smartphones? Keep reading to find out.
Conclusion: In difficult economic times, Nokia comes to the rescue with a well-made, stylish and feature-rich smartphone at a bargain price. If you're in the market for an unlocked QWERTY smartphone or simply don't want to extend your current cell phone contract (for AT&T and T-Mobile users) and you don't have a lot of money to spend, the Nokia E63 NAM should be on your short list.
Review: Nokia E63 Review - Part 1: The Hardware, UI, Applications and Email
All About Symbian
10 January 2009
Summary: The Nokia E63 may not be aimed at the traditional All About Symbian readership, but that's not to say that there's not lots that's interesting about it - starting with the price, it has to be said, but with functional and technical points as well...
Conclusion: To tell you the truth we were a bit prejudiced about the E63, since it is basically a simplified version of the E71 . Still, targeted at the social crowd, doesn’t disappoint us and although the plastic body its quality is quite high. The only functional change is the lack of a GPS for navigation, and the worse camera is completely acceptable, since that of the E71 isn’t really any better.
Pros: A Good keyboard in a compact body, A 3.5mm jack, Nicely built
Cons: The functional buttons are small, Poor camera
An affordable business smartphone based on the popular Nokia E71.
Good Gear Guide.au
17 September 2009
Summary: The Nokia E63 is a cut-price version of the E71. It lacks HSDPA-connectivity and built-in GPS but retains much of the Nokia E71's design, including a full QWERTY keyboard. If you're on a budget and can live without super-fast mobile Internet speeds then it is definitely worth a look.
Pros: Excellent design and keyboard, switch mode feature, Wi-Fi, user interface, price
Cons: Lack of HSDPA-connectivity, no GPS, space bar has been shrunk, downgraded camera
Summary: If you're choosing between the E71 and E63 we don't envy you. The differences in hardware (no HSDPA or GPS) are made up for in its cheaper price tag. The E63 will make an excellent messaging phone for people who need to be connected without the trimmings.
Pros: Cute design, Great keyboard, Zippy performance, Outstanding battery life