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Nokia E51 for business

Nokia E51 for business
Nokia E51

Nokia E51

Today Nokia announced the E51, 3G successor of the E50. The new phone adds 850/2100 MHz HSDPA to the quad-band GSM which makes it 2G/3.5G capable both in Europe and America. Other improvements over the previous model include support for Wireless LAN (WiFi) and newer Symbian 9.2.

The E51 is a 0.5” (12mm) slim candybar with 2 inch QVGA display, microSD slot and Stereo Bluetooth. Similar to the E65, it has 4 shortcuts to business application, as it is part of the E-nterprise series of Nokia smartphones. Although it is not announced for AT&T, it should be available in its 3G network, as supports 850MHz band and the network uses 850 and 1900 bands. E51 will be available in Q4 this year for about EUR350 ($485).

source: Nokia

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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:41

1. OlliMolli (unregistered)


Well done nokia!

posted on 19 Sep 2007, 23:15

2. Talha bin Hamid (unregistered)


This is one of the ugliest phones in recent memory. Also, it is a big step sideways - other than Wi-Fi, you can get it all in much cheaper and smaller 6120 Classic, and that will also not make you the laughing stock of the town.

posted on 21 Sep 2007, 10:59

3. Marvan Spagnolo (unregistered)


Well, if you call this ugly you didn't see its predecessor E50.. Actually the difference between E51 and 6120 classic is much more than Wi-Fi (and even Wi-Fi alone is a killer app for business phones, even if many don't think so yet). The E-Series platform from Nokia offers many security enhancements that normal phones don't have, after all the E stands for Enterprise so it's not a consumer phone (6120 is).

posted on 02 Oct 2007, 15:33

4. 666 (unregistered)


In addition to WiFi the E51 has a better battery than the 6120c, which explains the extra 11 grams despite being 3 mm thinner.

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