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Nokia E60

Nokia E60
Manufacturer Nokia
Compatible networks EGSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900 and WCDMA
Form factor Candybar
Dimensions 115 mm x 49 mm x 16.9 mm
Weight 117 grams
Operating system Symbian OS v9.1,
S60 3rd Edition UI
Memory 64 MB
Display 352 x 416
Rear camera No
Front camera No
Connectivity WLAN (WiFi)

The Nokia E60 is a traditional candybar style smartphone from the Eseries business phone range, a S60 platform third edition device.

Key features

  • Symbian OS v9.1, Series 60 3rd Edition
  • 64 MB internal memory
  • WLAN (WiFi) with SIP compliant VoIP client
  • Bluetooth 1.2, Infrared and USB support
  • EGSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900 and WCDMA
  • Web browser based on WebKit
  • 352 x 416 pixel full colour LCD
  • no Radio
  • no camera
  • 115 mm x 49 mm x 16.9 mm, 117 grams

See also

External links

  • Nokia E60 Product Page
  • Nokia E60 Device details
  • Nokia E60 preview on All about Symbian

Reviews

  • Nokia E60 - International Review roundup by global review aggregator alaTest.com
  • E60 Reviews and specifications round-up
  • GSM Arena
  • infoSync World
  • Mobile Review - part 1 and part 2
  • Nokia E60 Review on about-nokia.com
  • Nokia E60 Review by Softpedia


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