3GSM 2007: Nokia launches three new Eseries models – E90 Communicator, Nokia E65, and Nokia E61i

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Nokia has launched its second wave of Eseries business devices with three new handsets on show – the E90 Communicator, Nokia E65, and Nokia E61i.

All devices are quad-band GSM and 3G friendly as well as having Wi-Fi connectivity, with the E90 Communicator also HSDPA-enabled. All devices also use Nokia’s newly-launched Intellisync Mobile Suite 8.0 platform. The Nokia claims the E90 Communicator offers an “uncompromised mobile office experience”. Based on the S60 platform, it also features an integrated GPS and Nokia Maps application, an FM radio, a music player, a video player and two cameras – a 3.2 megapixel auto focus camera with flash and a second camera for video conferencing.

The Nokia E65 is a slim slider, but with all the mobile business capabilities of a Nokia Eseries device. Most-used applications can be accessed via One Touch keys on the front cover, including the ability to make conference calls, access your contacts database, mute and un-mute calls, and access an application of choice through the ‘My Own’ key. The E65 also supports the most used corporate and consumer email systems.

The Nokia E61i is designed specifically for extensive mobile email usage, offering advanced attachment handling with on-the-device document editing. There’s a new full keyboard design, and along with Navi and One Touch keys, should make catching up with your inbox much faster. It supports corporate mobile email solutions such as Nokia Intellisync Wireless Email, Good Mobile Messaging, Mail for Exchange, Seven Mobile Mail, and BlackBerry Connect and most popular consumer email solutions. There’s also a 2 megapixel camera, a music player and a video player.

The Nokia E65 is already available in selected markets, with wider availability building during the first quarter of 2007. The Nokia E61i will be available during the second quarter of 2007 and the Nokia E90 Communicator is provisionally slated for the second quarter of 2007.

Nokia website

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