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Nokia E51

Nokia E51
Manufacturer Nokia
Compatible networks EGSM 850/900/1800/1900, UMTS 850/2100
Availability by country 2007-2009
Predecessor Nokia E50
Successor Nokia E52 and Nokia E55
Form factor Candybar
Dimensions 115 × 47 × 12 millimeters
(4.49" × 1.81" × 0.47")
61 cc
Weight 100 g (3.52oz)
Operating system S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1
CPU ARM 11 369 MHz
Memory Max User Storage = 130 MB (Internal); Free Executable RAM = 70 MB
Removable storage MicroSD Memory Card swappable up to 32 GB SDHC cards.
Battery Nokia BP-6MT, 3.7V, 1050 mAh
Display 16 m color TFT, QVGA (240x320 pixel) resolution, 2.0 in (50.8 mm)
Rear camera 2.0-megapixel
Connectivity USB Mass Storage via USB 2.0, miniUSB, Bluetooth 2.0, Infrared, Wifi

Nokia E51 was a Symbian OS smartphone by Nokia. It was the second Nokia UMTS / HSDPA dual band mobile. The phone was available with a black, silver or bronze-coloured border and backplate. A version without the integrated camera also existed.[1] This phone was so complicated to use that it prompted a journalist from the Helsinki newspaper Helsingin Sanomat to write to Nokia executives who at that time were secretly very worried of the impact the newly introduced iPhone was having on their products. [2]

Specifications sheet

Feature Specification
Form factor Candybar / Monoblock
GPRS Yes, GPRS/EGPRS Class A, multi-slot class 32
3G Yes
UMTS 850/2100 MHz
WLAN/WiFi Yes, Wi-Fi 802.11b, 802.11g
VoIP/SIP Integrated SIP client
Main screen Active Matrix, 16 million (24bit) colours, 240 × 320 pixels, adjustable brightness
Video recording Yes 320 × 240, 176 × 144 or 128 × 96, 15 frames per second
Voice recording Yes
Multimedia Messaging Yes
Video calls Yes
Push to talk Yes (Push to Talk over Cellular - PoC)
Java support Yes, MIDP 2.0
Max User Storage 130 MB
SDRAM memory 96 MB
Max Memory Card Size 32 GB
Hot Swappable Memory card slot Yes
Bluetooth Yes v2.0 + EDR
Infrared Yes (115 kbit/s)
USB Mass Storage Yes, 2.0, miniUSB
Data cable support Yes
Browser WAP 2.0 XHTML / HTML. Comes standard with a full Nokia Mini Map Browser
Email Yes, IMAP4, POP3, SMTP
Music player Yes
Radio FM Yes
Video Player Yes
Stereo Speakers No
Ringtones Yes, Polyphonic, Monophonic, MP3, True Tones
Vibrating alert Yes
HandsFree (HF) speakerphone Yes
Offline/Flight mode Yes
Talk time 4.38 hours
Standby time 13 days
Dimensions 115 × 47 × 12 millimeters (4.49" × 1.81" × 0.47")
Availability Q4 2007
Software Support Quick Office Suite Mail for Exchange
SAR US: 1.38 W/kg (head), 0.75 W/kg (body). EU: 1.47 W/kg (head)
Photograph taken by the Nokia E51.

See also

References

  1. ^ Nokia E51 No Camera
  2. ^ ${when}. "This is how a Helsingin Sanomat journalist tried to save Nokia - Kuukausiliite - Helsingin Sanomat". Hs.fi. Retrieved 2013-12-08. 

External links

  • Nokia E51 - Nokia Europe product page
  • Nokia E51 - Device Details
  • Nokia E51 manual

Reviews, photos and videos

  • Nokia E51 - Review by Smape
  • Nokia E51 - Review by All About Symbian
  • Nokia E51 - Review by CNET Asia
  • Nokia E51 - Review by Mobile-review.com
  • Nokia E51 - Review by MobileBurn
  • Nokia E51 - Review by GSM Arena
  • Nokia E51 - Review by Phone Arena
  • Nokia E51 - Review by TrustedReviews
  • Nokia E51 - Review by Register Hardware
  • Nokia E51 - Video Review by The Smartphones Show


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