Excerpt: Nokia E65 is one of the latest additions to Nokia's business class series which targets - just as the name says - businessmen on the go. Those that were in love by the older E50 or E60 models will surely be amazed by the new member of the "E business class" series.
Pros: Most of the features included in the handset should be mentioned here, but to exactly pinpoint the strong points of Nokia's E65 I'll just remind some of the best and innovative: quad-band compatibility, WLAN and 3G connectivity, QuickOffice, battery, audio call experience, signal reception, email...
Cons: The most annoying thing I can think of is the lock keys option, which cannot be set to default mode. Even if I have found a solution (NOT a Nokia solution and one that costs money), there's no reason why Nokia shouldn't offer a free application to solve this issue. Maybe a better testing of the s...
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.
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.
Summary: The arrival of the new E65 finally signals the start of slider design being taken seriously by Nokia as a form factor that's practical and handy enough to be roped into its E-series of business handsets.
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...
Summary: We love the sliding action, but there is more to the Nokia E65. Its faux leather rear casing sounds awful but looks and feels great, and keypad is perfectly spaced with responsive keys. And it's just about the perfect size for a mobile business phone.
Pros: Stylish and powerful.
Cons: Email setup was not an out-of-the-box experience.