Nokia E6 Offers Touch in a Monoblock QWERTY Design
Nokia today announced the E6, a new business-focused handset that serves as the spiritual successor to its E7x line of smartphones. The E6 is a monoblock QWERTY handset that also includes a 2.46-inch capacitive touch display with 480 x 640 pixels and Gorilla Glass. The E6 runs the new Symbian Anna system from Nokia, and includes an 8 megapixel camera with fixed focus, flash, and 720p HD video capture, and has 8GB of internal memory with support for cards up to 32GB. The E6 has penta-band GSM/EDGE/HSPA cellular radios, in addition to Wi-Fi, GPS, and Bluetooth 3.0. It includes a wide range of business tools/software, and support for USB On-The-Go and AV-out for connecting to a television or headphones. The E6 will hit European markets during the second quarter and is expected to make landfall in the U.S. in the third quarter for about $490.
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