Nokia E50 Smartphone Review
Nokia E50 is the latest model of the Nokia E-series, which is the business-oriented line of the biggest mobile phones manufacturer. Unlike the E61 and E70, the E50 has neither a QWERTY keyboard, nor 16 million color display, but it's the slimmest smartphone produced by Nokia up to now with its 15.5 mm thickness and even being 11 mm thick at the keypad, which is the reason for the good weight distribution so that the phone feels solid in the hand. Design-wise the phone is relatively narrow and thus resembles the legendary 6310 which was the best business phone back then, and that's exactly what E50 is aiming at as the emphasis is laid on design, good phonebook and applications like Office, PDF Reader, Text to Speech and User-independent Voice Recognition.



3. subhro unregistered

Love to carry it. Organiser is awesome and helps managing my whole day efficiently. Battery is very good. Tons of applications.If you believe that beauty is skin deep then go for E50 or else you have many choices.

2. walter unregistered

excellent battery life for using Symbian OS, tons of useful functions, applications among others.. Small yet elegant looking, business looking inside and out. Not so slow compared to other Symbian phones....I have no regrets.....price is good too :-)

1. harris unregistered

cooooooolll cooooooooooooolll coooooooolll... i have one n this is very cool fone.keypad is not that much bad as they writes in the review,,a routine texter will enjoy da msginhhh in whole,sount is comparable as other s60 asterik smart fones,battery is greattt n feeels gr8 when u have it in a one budyy
  • Display
    320 x 240 pixels
  • Camera 1.3 MP (Single camera)
  • Storage 0.07GB, microSD
  • Battery 1150 mAh
  • OS Symbian 9.1S60 3rd Edition

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