Is the Nokia E71 not cutting the mustard for you? Everyone’s favorite Finnish company is coming up with yet another QWERTY-packing business phone and just may have the first picture of the Nokia E63.
Taking on the familiar candybar form factor is this Symbian-powered smartphone. The Nokia E63 gets the standard QVGA landscape display, soft buttons, and QWERTY keyboard, but what else does it hold under that hood? Noted features include GSM/GPRS/EDGE, UMTS/HSDPA, 2 megapixel camera, WiFi, Bluetooth, Symbian 9.1, S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 1, 3.5mm jack, flashlight function, plastic construction, no side buttons, microSD slot, and microUSB connector.
According to the rumors, there will be three variants to the Nokia E63. The E63-1 goes to Europe, the E63-2 lacks a camera (but possibly gets more memory), and the E63-3 is the NAM. It looks to have virtually the same footprint as the iPhone, but it’s a little thicker than the E71.