Nokia E66 new thin business lifestyle phone

The new Nokia E66 has just been announced officially to be released in July 2008. The E66 is features packed with a 3.2 megapixel auto-focus camera, a front-facing camera for video calls, WiFi, A-GPS, 3.6mbps web browsing speed in its fastest HSDPA band, and it also can be used in the following bands: GSM, EDGE, WCDMA and HSDPA. It has a large 2.4-inch QVGA screen. It has a 13.6mm thickness, and new styling. There's only 110MB of internal memory, but you can supplement that with a 8GB microSD card. The E66 comes with a slide design and the usual numerical keypad.
E66
It also has the same feature as the Nokia E71, that where at the push of a button, one can switch from business—where the screen is filled with notes on the next appointment or task—to personal home screen mode, a wallpaper of perhaps a favorite photo along with shortcuts to the music player and Internet Web browser.

The E66 also is pre-loaded with a program called Mail for Exchange, which is particularly for mobile e-mail clients who use Microsoft Exchange. It also support e-mail accounts with several Internet service providers, including Gmail (Google mail), Yahoo! mail and Hotmail [Microsoft]. It is geared towards business professionals and comes in grey and white stainless steel color and material.

Nokia E71 with full QWERTY keyboard

At the annual Nokia Connection 2008 in Singapore, Nokia unveiled the Nokia E71. Nokia E71 is the newest in the business phone models of the E Series. The E71 runs on the Symbian S60 platform and is pre-loaded with a program called Mail for Exchange, which is particularly for mobile e-mail clients who use Microsoft Exchange. This feature has been announced by Apple to be also in the new iPhone 3G. The E71 also support e-mail accounts with several Internet service providers, including Gmail (Google mail), Yahoo! mail and Hotmail.
Nokia E71
Nokia E71 Back View
At the push of a button, one can switch from business mode, where the screen is filled with notes on the next appointment or task, to personal home screen mode, a wallpaper of perhaps a favorite photo along with shortcuts to the music player and Internet Web browser.
Nokia E71 side view
The E71 do not include though a Blackberry service, included on all of Nokia's previous corporate phones. But is not seen as a major problem for Nokia, which has always offered a wide range of e-mails on its devices.

The Nokia E71 is a descendant of the trend setting "Communicator," now a decade old. It has a full QWERTY keyboard squeezed on to a conventional phone shape and Internet connect speeds which is up to as fast as 3.6 MBPS. The E71 is an improved version of its predecessor, the E61i and is as slim as a ball pen at 57 mm, is twice as fast as the previous version, with a standby battery life that can last up to 20 days.

The E71 comes in grey and white stainless steel, a material that gives it additional strength and a touch of class. It will be publicly available on July 2008.

Download the new Nokia default ringtone here

Nokia has made a new Nokia tune. A Nokia tune is that default ringtone that is simply called Nokia.aac. The new one is officially released in the newly released Nokia phone N78. You can download for free the new Nokia default tune here.

See the Nokia N78 video and the N78 specs and features below: