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. It fits me well because it is stylish, chic and works well with my busy lifestyle. Not only can i use it to send sms and take pictures/videos like my old phone, but it allows me to check my email, surf the net with the built in Wireless LAN and much more.
Excerpt: The Nokia E63 was one of the very few QWERTY keyboard models out there in the market that is easy to use. It has a 3.5 jack that makes it very convenient to use with any ear phone or wired hands-free. Its battery life is exceptional for a phone with so many features and a such a large screen. It comes with several free applications that make this phone ideal for business professionals.
This is a very solid phone. But not a good smartphone
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Nokia really makes the best hardware, but not software. This phone is made in Finland and the build quality is superior. The battery is also crazy. It lasts for 3 days with heavy usage. The call quality is good as well. The keyboard is comfortable for small hands. However, the Symbian OS is kind of outdated. Nokia has their own email client (Nokia Messaging) installed on this phone. But if you are a serious emailer, stay away from that application and get a Blackberry.
Excerpt: I bought this cell phone in a deal with rebate but I did not get rebate. It doesnot mean the phone is bad. It is one of my best phone. My emphasis is on battery life. Very good battery life. Last for 2-3 days if you talk about 5hrs a day. Charges quickly and do not have to wait long. The screen is big enough to see picture and watch videos. 2 mega pixel camera and takes good picture in light. Can record video. I have recorded more than 2min videos.
Excerpt: I've had this phone for a bit over a year now and I am absolutely thrilled with it. The e63's Wi-Fi functionality was what originally sold me on the device (and the fact that it was relatively cheap for an unlocked GSM version on Amazon). Anyways I've traveled across the country with this little guy and dropped him who knows how many times, and it's still running like a champ.
Excerpt: The Nokia e63 handset came with a microphone and earphone set, a bluetooh wireless earpiece, a USB cord, a 1GB microSD card, manual, charger, installation cd and warranty card. The phone features inbuilt memory of 30MB, wi-fi/EDGE/GPRS capability, 3G capability (limited frequencies), has a sim card slot and supports GSM and CDMA.
Excerpt: There are so many nokia N series mobiles are found in the market for example Nokia n71, N72 etc. with all too high prices.so company decidesd to launch a great fetured mobile in a very resenable rate. It has much business features.Such as full QUERTY keyboard with business emails, advanced massegings and multiple inboxes in a single device. Keep in contact with customers and colleagues by adding desk phone capabilities to your device via nokia call connect.
Excerpt: This is a really good phone for the money. It makes and takes calls, it can text message, the screen is decently wide, it can handle emails, and it has a two megapixel camera on the back of the phone. Battery charge is not bad. If I just make calls and text message, it can surviev around three to four days with no charging up. That really depends on how much texting and calls you make though.