The New Nokia E6
This entry was posted on Monday, July 4, 2011.
The Nokia E6 is equipped with the Symbian Anna and has all the qualifications to be a sizzler!
Nokia is in between a stiff and springing competition and intends to stay ahead of the game. The E6, which Nokia has just brought in the UAE market, is its most recent effort to do just that. They have gone back to the E-Series and have added a touch screen to the Qwerty phone and plied it with Symbian Anna. This new Symbian OS includes betterments such as a new browser, a virtual keyboard and new icons and many other things.
BlackBerry is virtually the standard brand for Qwerty phones and lately it declared its Bold Touch 9900 to be launched soon, which is an improved version of its enormously productive Bold series.
E6 is getting to be known as the big brother of the E72. The phone is believed to be superfast with a 600MHz ARM 11 processor and both 2D and 3D graphics acceleration. However the spotlight is on the Symbian Anna, an upgraded version of the Symbian 3 operating system. The icons seem to be sharper (particularly on the high-resolution screen) and it features a new browser, a vivid homescreen and improved overall functioning. It includes a top-notch 8-megapixel camera and an improved Ovi Maps application as well.
Commentators have hailed the new Symbian and claimed it to be the biggest step in its own category. Yet Symbian confronts sturdy competition from the likes of Android and iOS. Nokia's hovering move over to Windows 7 platform for its smartphones does not help its case.
The Nokia E6 is available for Darhams 1,450 at all Nokia retail outlets and other eminent mobile retailers.