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Business Is Sexy With Nokia E65

Reviewing: Nokia E65  |  Rating:
By superninja27 on
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The Nokia tooth, E65 is a nice slim business phone which has a lot of features such Skype, blue tooth, web access, documents viewers etc you can even view tv on the phone too.

I personally like this phone due to the very simple usage and slim slide design and solid silver metal feel and hard leather back casing. The phone feels great in your hand and you can just easily slip the phone in your pocket and it wont bulge out like some bigger phones or pda's.

I like how the menu was laid out it didn't take long for me to figure out the functions without reading the instruction book, and like most other Nokia's phone texting was very easy a big bonus for me as I love texting. I personally find Nokia's phones are the easiest to text with and the E65 was no exception. I love the size of the screen too making reading text and diary and viewing of documents easy (its a bonus too when playing games).

A feature that I love on the phone is the transferring of calender dates notes and contacts on to Microsoft Outlook, by blue tooth or cable wire, I found this very helpful especially for my line of work and makes up as a good backup, the process of transfer is done very quickly and easy.

During the past year of using this phone I had very little trouble apart from myself getting sand in the phone and causing the phone to sometime sound funny, however I do have a 2 year life time warranty and 1 year insurance with this phone so I got it fix.

The only problems that I had with the phone is that if you store too much info like pictures, music, videos, documents and text's, it does drastically slow the the phone down when your accessing the menu, I suggest keep around 1gig of data I stored around 2 gig and my phone was very slow, I had to wait about 4 seconds for some menus to come up, plus when the phone is full on memory its more prone to crashing.


Quad Band

2 Megapixel Camera

MP3 Player

microSD Card Slot (TransFlash)

Symbian OS 9.1, Series 60 UI



Wi-Fi 802.11b/g, VoIP over WLAN

Dimensions: 105 x 49 x 15.5 mm

Weight: 115 grams

Quick summery of what I like:

You can do loads on the phone, its very slim, sexy looking and easy to use, and has lots of storage.

Quick summer of what I don't like :

camera doesn't have flash, when store too much info on the phone, the phone slows down