Nokia has formally launched its QWERTY and touch business smartphone, the Nokia E6, which showcases the firm’s latest offering in the business portfolio. The device runs on the latest Symbian Anna software and boosts a host of new features, including reliable and secure business connectivity, faster browsing and enhanced Ovi Maps.
The Nokia E6, billed as a successor to the Nokia E71 and Nokia E72, offers good battery and comes in glass and steel design.
For business users the Nokia E6 offers direct, secure and real-time access to corporate systems through Mail for Exchange and Microsoft Communicator Mobile. It also supports intranet and extranet portals built on the Microsoft Share Point Server. Extended Microsoft support includes Mail for Exchange, with enforced encryption and certificate based authentication.
The Nokia E6’s other features include a super sharp VGA touch display, with 326 pixels per inch; support for multiple calendars; 8 GB internal mass memory and support for up to 32GB on a microSD; 8 megapixel camera with a dual LED flash and live social network updates to a user’s home screen.