Nokia QWERTY E6 handset has 1 month standby battery
Setting their sights on the BlackBerry business user, Nokia have just outed their latest full QWERTY handset, the Nokia E6.
Replacing the E71 and E72 as Nokia’s QWERTY handset of choice, it also packs in an 8MP camera, and a 2.46 inch touchscreen at a VGA resolution. It also has a pretty remarkable battery life of 14 hours talk time, and a whopping 1 month on standby.
Keeping the travelling worker happy, the phone will have full file support for the whole suite of Microsoft Office programs, including Word, Excel and Powerpoint.
Available from June, it’ll cost 340 Euros, or around the £400 mark on Blighty’s shores.
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Nokia releases full qwerty keyboard cell phones long before blackberry. If someone copied it was BB.