Smartphone without the QWERTY keyboard? Nokia's E66 with HSDPA fits the bill

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e-66-nokia(2).jpgThink you can bash out those work emails faster without a QWERTY keyboard? Grab one of Nokia’s E66 smartphones, and show me.

Much the same as the E71 also announced today, the E66 comes ready with push email and Microsoft Exchange, for viewing Microsoft documents as well as accessing calendars, contacts and tasks. HSDPA, A-GPS, Nokia Maps, and a 3.2-megapixel camera are all supplied, however the one main difference between the two handsets (apart from the obvious lack of a QWERTY), is that the E66 has an accelerometer, which can optimise itself for full-screen browsing, otherwise the ringtone can be silenced when the phone is flipped over.

Available in ‘grey steel’, or ‘white steel’, it will be available in July for 350€ excluding tax.

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Katherine Hannaford

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  • […]What a waste of bloody time! You would have to work in the Artic for that to be of any use what so ever.[…]

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