Nokia added three new models to its E series of business-centric smart phones: the Nokia E61i, the Nokia E90 Communicator, and the Nokia E65.
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The Nokia E65 offers business users a new option in terms of design, as it's a slider phone. It has a 16-million-color display, and there is a new one-touch key on the front that gives you quick access to frequently used applications.
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A red version of the Nokia E65 will also be offered, but U.S. availability of the phone (in any color) is still up in the air.
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In addition to the one-touch key, the Nokia E65 also has a new feature called Active Standby that lets you organize your Home screen with favorite programs.
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Though similar to the Nokia E61 and the Nokia E62, the Nokia E61i has a new keyboard design and an upgraded 2-megapixel camera.
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The E61i supports a number of e-mail solutions, including Nokia Intellisync, Good Mobile Messaging, Mail for Exchange, Seven mobile e-mail, and BlackBerry Connect. You can also edit documents with this workhorse smart phone.
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A much-needed upgrade to the Nokia 9300, the E90 now joins the E series family and upgrades to the S60 platform, so you have access to more mobile applications.
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The Nokia E90 Communicator keeps the same overall design of its predecessor, as the candy-bar-style phone still opens up to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard.
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The E90 is a full-featured smart phone that manages to pack in robust e-mail capabilities, PIM tools, integrated Wi-Fi, GPS, an FM radio, a media player, and a 3.2-megapixel camera. The smart phone is expected to ship during the second quarter, but we'll have to see if lands here in the States.
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A new addition to the N series, the Nokia N77 adds support for DVB-H technology, which brings live TV to phones.
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The N77 sports a 2.4-inch, 16-milllion-color flat screen for easy viewing, and there's a dedicated TV button right on the device. In addition, you can browse a program guide and set up reminders to tell you when a show is starting. However, we should note that DVB-H is mostly used in Europe and Asia, not in the United States.
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Ready or not, TV on your cell phone is here. Aside from Nokia, Verizon Wireless unveiled its V Cast Mobile TV at CES 2007, and Cingular/AT&T just announced that it will use Qualcomm's MediaFlo technology to bring live TV to its phones.
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If you're constantly traveling or are a bit directionally challenged, the Nokia 6110 Navigator might be for you. This quad-band smart phone is equipped with built-in GPS as well as AGPS (Assisted Global Positioning System), and it comes with local maps preinstalled on a memory card.
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The Nokia 6110 has a nice slider design and a one-touch navigator key.
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The phone's compact size makes it easy to use for navigation while on foot. The Nokia 6110 offers all the navigation tools you'd expect in today's GPS devices, including text- and voice-guided turn-by-turn directions, real-time tracking, points of interest, and various options for route creation.
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An optional car mount will be available for purchase. The Nokia 6110 is slated for release during the second quarter, with pricing starting at around $580 for an unlocked version. Ouch.
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