Excerpt: Nokia E65 is a smartphone, which will be useful in the office, at home or during vacation. Stylish and elegant, it attracts more attention with some extravagance. Nokia E65 model, without any doubt, is aimed at businessmen, who seek to maintain their image as successful persons. The case of Nokia E65 is designed as a slider – and it is made of a very high quality.
Conclusion: The Nokia E Series may well be pitched at the suited business man but we find out its just as happy in a consumer pocket. With full WLAN, 3G Bluetooth and a nifty little MP3 player we set about finding out if it had more inner than outer beauty.
Conclusion: Nokia E65 manages in preserving its functionality of an upmarket phone, including some applications, typical for the E-series, e.g. conference calls, files searching, files printing, etc., making it a small mobile computer, intended for work. Moreover, this functionality is combined with an elegant and contemporary slider design, made of materials that are nice to feel and to see.
Pros: Elegant and small Business phone, 3G and WiFi, Excellent sound quality during a call
Cons: Symbian 9.1 instead of 9.2 and slow processor, Lots of but small navigation keys, Mediocre signal reception
Excerpt: Nokia E65: The Nokia is a thriving multinational that is known for the latest technology mobile phones. Nokia e65 is the handset presented by Nokia that is somewhat alike to the conventional mobile phones. It is a slider handset, more useful for the professionals, as it has some specific features along with the high speed S60 operating system.
Excerpt: Don't let its thin body and good looks fool you, the new Nokia E65 is all business with WiFi, push email support, and the S60 smartphone OS. A camera and multimedia functions don't hurt, either, as Jin finds out in his hands on review.
Summary: The reception quality delivered by the handset brings about no problems – both ends of a call won’t have a hard time understanding each other. The volume of 64-chord polyphony ring tones is quite high, but if you go for mp3 tracks as alert tunes, quality of the embedded polyphony becomes of minor importance, really. The silent alert is average strength-wise, thus occasionally its efforts on getting you to know that someone is calling might end up in vain.