As part of an expansion to its business-orientated E Series, the Nokia E65 has been styled to give off the persona that it's designed specifically to attract a higher class of user – the modern and remotely connected business executive. noka e65 smart phone The E65 has a sliding front fascia and the soft leather backing is …
Dreaming of this phone!!!
Great Phone! Nice Design! Great First Review! This phone is a "full house" of things you need every day!!! I LOVE IT!!!
You imply that QWERTY keyboards on small devices are somehow a superior feature. What a load of baloney. Dealing with more than 26 buttons on a device that small is what is cumbersome. Infact I would go so far as to say that most qwerty keyboards on small devices are nothing less then gimmicky.
I think the phone is great as it is.
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