The Nokia E5 is a 2.4-inch smartphone that is set to replace the Nokia E72 in the affectations of anyone who needs a QWERTY messaging machine. Why? Well, the sleek new design adds an even smoother keyboard while the battery life of the Nokia E5 – up to 25 days in standby – is bound to impress anyone who needs a killer battery life.
What’s more, with its large QWERTY keyboard and stunning screen, 3G/HSDPA for fast browsing and built-in Wi-Fi for home and office use, the Nokia E5 packs a mighty connectivity punch.
With email proving one of the Nokia E5’s priorities, you’ll also find support for all the big webmail accounts – including Yahoo! Mail, Gmail, Windows Live Hotmail, Ovi Mail, Microsoft Exchange and IBM Lotus NotesTraveler Business.
Expected in the third quarter of 2010, the Nokia E5 will cost around €180 before taxes, which at current rates is around £160 (inc. VAT), making this the cheapest QWERTY E Series device yet!
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