Excerpt: My last mobile phone was a Sony Ericsson. I had it for two years until the batteries were not working anymore. So I made a switch back to my original brand, Nokia. I got myself a red Nokia E63 phone.
Excerpt: Nokia E63 - Smartphone for the Masses The Nokia E63 is a new QWERTY phone released Q1 of 2009. It’s comparable to being the little brother of the E71 and lacks certain features that it’s more expensive counterpart has.
Excerpt: Love it or hate it. I have this relationship with my new Nokia E63. sometimes I love it for it has the simplicity of Nokia’s phones but also hate it because of the QWERTY keypad and complexity of some of the programs of this phone.
Excerpt: I recently bought a Nokia E63 phone because I’ve always liked how Nokia has easy user interfaces and I need a smart phone that is not high-end for my business so I chose to buy that particular model.
Excerpt: Nokia is very good at targeting mobile phones for specific markets: the XpressMusic line for on-the-go-music lovers, for example, or the E series for high-end professionals who want power features. The E63, then, is somewhat unique from a marketing perspective.
Excerpt: When Blackberry devices and other QWERTY phones first came out, I initially did not think of getting one, for the main reason that I already have the candybar phone keypad memorized and can easily text a message without looking at the screen.