Things are hoppin' at the 3GSM World Congress, and Nokia's certainly contributing to the par-tay with a number of announcements this morning. First, the company has added three new models to its E series of smart phones: the
Nokia E65: Perhaps the most exciting of the three, the Nokia E65 sports a snazzy slider design while remaining business-tough on the inside. The handset has a new one-touch key on the front cover that gives you quick access to frequently used apps, and you also can organize these favorites on your home screen with a feature called Active Standby. In addition, the E65 can be integrated with a number of corporate telephony systems and e-mail solutions. The Nokia E65 is available now in selected markets with a worldwide release planned during Q1.
Nokia E61i: Similar to the
Nokia E90 Communicator: A much-needed upgrade to the
As with all of Nokia's super-cool cell phones and smart phones, the U.S. availability of the new E series is up in the air. Nokia has said it's working on making it easier to purchase unlocked versions of phones from its Web site, though it'll cost you a pretty penny. We're working ourselves to wrangle up these phones for review, so check back soon; also check out News.com for more information on today's announcements.