Conclusion: There's a lot to like here, and the phone has been well-received in our offices. It's very good looking, extremely pocketable and slim. With WiFi and GPS, it's a Swiss Army Knife of a phone, and it's hard to beat S60 3rd Edition's speed, features and web browser among smartphones. Were it not for the so-so camera that looks so much better, and the weak RF by Nokia standards, we'd crank the star rating higher.
Pros: Has complete support for US bands, including 3G. The NAM model has a US warranty. Extremely attractive design and quite thin. WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, 3G, FM radio, MP3 player and a 3 megapixel camera-- the phone has all. Nice use of the accelerometer for screen rotation and silencing the phone.
Cons: Reception is just average (usually Nokia phones have very, very strong reception). Camera images aren't very good.
Summary: If you don’t consider a QWERTY keyboard a necessity, then the E66 is one of the best smartphones on the market. It combines a stylish design with the latest features and it is a breeze to use.
Excerpt: Like the E71, Nokia's E66 feels well made, but there are significant differences between the two handsets. The E66 doesn't have the same QWERTY keyboard that sits under the E71's screen, preferring to use a sliding numeric keypad instead. This leaves room for a large screen as well as good-sized keys. The sliding mechanism makes the phone quite thick, but it's still one of the sleeker designs in the group.
Summary: Nokia E66 gør det nemt at holde sig ajour på rejsen. Den understøtter et væld af forbindelser, deriblandt HSDPA (turbo-3G) og trådløst netværk, leverer en høj samtalekvalitet, og så er den spækket med smarte funktioner. Alt sammen til en rimelig pris. Nokia E66 henvender sig med sine kontorprogrammer og muligheden for at tjekke webmail og arbejdspladsens Exchange-server i høj grad til forrentningsmanden, men der er også masser af spændende muligheder til os almindelige...
Pros: Understøtter trådløst netværk, Indbygget GPS, Høj samtalekvalitet, Rimelig pris