The Good Slim design; easy-to-use keypad; 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity; battery life; Web browser.
The Bad Lack of autofocus and flash on the 2-megapixel camera.
The Bottom Line This is one of our favourite Nokia smart phones so far. It's slim, it looks good and the keypad is easy to use. Our main niggle is that the camera can take blurry pictures and doesn't work well in low light. But add the Wi-Fi and decent battery life and you've got a winner
The E65 is a slim, stylish smart phone that manages to combine some of the best features available on mobile phones without piling on the pounds. From the design of the keypad to the fast Wi-Fi connectivity, this phone handles work and play well.
If you're looking for a phone that combines form with functionality then the E65 is definitely worth considering. It's currently available for free on a monthly contract from several network operators and for about £300 SIM-free.
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