The ESeries of Nokia are business phones. But they are way to expensive. Then they came out with the budget business phone, the E63, which was offered to me by my service provider for free, as part of the renewal of my subscription plan.
It is quite a big phone, wide but thin. I could use a smaller phone that could fit in my pocket. It took some time for me to get used to the QWERTY keypad, but it helped that it had an individual key for each letter of the alphabet, so it was easier to learn. The keys are quite small, but thankfully, my fingers could fit so this is fine with me.
As with a business phone, this is a no nonsense phone. There is not even a smiley character for different emotions. If I want smiley emoticons to come out in my receiver's message, I have to manually key in the characters needed for such an emoticon. So I seldom send smiles out anymore. LOL There are also no games loaded.
I am not really a techie person--all I need is a good working phone. My E63 is reliable and looks sturdy, but of course, thankfully, I have not accidentally dropped it yet. I like its features like reminders, wifi capability, blue tooth, and 2 megapixel camera. I am not sure about the other features, I have not truly fully exhausted them. As long as I can make calls and send text messages, I am ok.
All in all, for its price in the market, this is already a very good business phone.