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Nokia E61 (UK, QWERTY)

by Nokia

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  • Microsoft Windows Mobile
  • Qwerty
  • Smart
  • Nokia Business Centre
  • 3G


Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 907 g
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  • Item model number: NOKE61
  • ASIN: B000G36JKG
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 5 Jun 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)

Product Description

The Nokia E61 is designed in the familiar style of today's most popular mobile email devices. Yet it is incredibly slim and packed with powerful new functionality. A cinch to use with either hand, the device has a four-way joystick and full keyboard combined with a wide 16 million color screen making mobile email easier than ever before. Supporting multiple mobile email clients like BlackBerry Connect, GoodLink, Nokia Business Center, Seven Mobile Mail, Seven Always-On Mail, and Visto Mobile, the Nokia E61 provides seamless and encrypted mobile connectivity. Full attachment handling (documents, spreadsheets, presentations, PDF viewer and ZIP manager) and an editing function (document, spreadsheet and presentation) are included. The Nokia E61 also includes the same advanced business call features and IP-based telephony functions as the Nokia E60 and Nokia E70. The Nokia E61 can send and receive emails, even when on a phone call. The Nokia E61 operates in GSM850/900/1800/1900 and WCDMA2100 networks.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By I. rhind on 30 May 2009
I have been lucky enough to have had a n95, tytn 2 and i must say the n61 beats them hands down for style and functions. It does everything a smartphone should do and being supported by nokia there is 1000s of free and useful applications to use.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Ibizarre on 30 Jan 2008
The E61 has an aluminium back making it rather thin and light. Its also more resistant to standard scratches etc. The QWERTY keypad is fantastic and I have never had any button problems as I did with the Palm Treos. It uses Symbian 60 3rd edition which is definitely 2nd to Windows mobile. The email software included is rubbish. Buy a 3rd party package like Profimail and then the E61 becomes a true rival to the Blackberry. Great hi-res large LCD screen. I have watched TV on it, listened to MP3s, even used VNC mobile and remotely controlled my home PC. I have also run TomTom with it with absolutely fantastic results.

1 drawback is the lack of the camera that the E61i does have. You may not think you need it, but take it away and you'll quickly miss it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By bumtypoo on 15 July 2010
I've had an E61 for a couple of years and I always come back to it, despite trying newer smartphones.

The E61 has a large excellent battery which lasts for a couple of days, a nice big bright screen (great for use with TOMTOM in the car) and a good keyboard.
The operating system can be a little slow, but it can do most of the things that a new N97 can do, although its a little slower.
I run Fring and Skype on my E61, and also use the inbuilt SIP client, this means that if I go travelling I can use any open Wi-Fi point to make calls back phone or abroad for nothing or close to nothing.
I can also use the Nokia Internet Radio over wifi/3g and download podcasts to keep myself entertained on the road.

The E61 is bigger than the newer E71 but this size provides a great screen and a better keyboard.
I would recommend the E61 for anybody seeking a bargain price smartphone.

Nokia E61 (UK, QWERTY)
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I still use this phone as my number 2 handset.
It is a good robust phone with a metal case.
It has some good office software as standard and Bluetooth and WiFi.
It is 3G enabled but not 4G.
There is no GPS receiver on-board but it can connect to a separate one via Bluetooth.
No camera which is a shame.
The screen is a reasonable size.
Sound is excellent, you can put it on loud speaker if you want to share the phone call with others in the room and the mic picks up their voices easily without all having to stand close to the phone.
The keyboard is very nice and simple to work out and not too flat so someone with big fingers can type without getting the wrong key all the time.
Battery life isn't bad, not as good as more modern phones but I think I charge mine about every 5 or 6 days.
If only it had camera and GPS it would have got a 5
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9 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Jo Owen on 28 Mar 2008
This machine can do more or less anything short of a moon launch (except take photos). But do not dare to put it in your pocket: it will start launching calls to the speaking clock in Sierra Leone and it will start resetting itself without your realising. When you then need to go back the original settings, the phone itself is less than intuitive; the handbook will not help and I have just spent 25 minutes waiting for Nokia to answer the phone (you would have thought a phone company knows how to answer a phone....) to find out a really simple thing: how to cancel the silent ring mode which the phone set itself to.
When Nokia figure out how to make a reliable, simple phone with good service use them. Otherwise, stick to two tins with a bit of string between them: much more reliable.
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