Nokia E55 cell phone

May 28, 2009 – 11:41 am | by Talal
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Nokia E55 and Nokia E75 were the first of Nokia devices that had the new email user interface. Without any doubt, E-series has been one of the most successful product line for Nokia and these two devices are best example of it.

Nokia 2008 statisticsĀ tell us that approx. 10 million E-series units were shipped world over, and the count is still going on. Nokia E55 and Nokia E75 truely are reason to explain the statistics we have in front of us.

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Nokia E55 is a slim and sleek mobile phone with an unlikely QWERTY keyboard. To be precise, it does not have an actual QWERTY keyboard but a one like it on num-pad. However, the biggest strength of Nokia E55 is that it can provide a stand by battery time of up to 28 days. Thats more than enough. It is also assisted with Nokia Maps and GPS.

Moreover, Nokia E55 is capable of remotely managing files stored on your pc even if your pc is swithced off. And its not just a dry business oriented phone. It comes with a great gaming experience, Nokia N-Gage on board.

In all, the two phones are spectale to view and highly desired to use. Prices for Nokia E55 and Nokia E75 are 265 and 375 euros respectively. However, Nokia E55 will be available in the second quater of 2009.

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  1. 3 Responses to “Nokia E55 cell phone”

  2. By My Amazing Weight Loss Story on May 28, 2009 | Reply

    Thanks for posting, I really liked your newest post. I think you should post more often, you obviously have natural ability for blogging!

  3. By Mark on Jun 3, 2009 | Reply

    Good post! Nokia E55 is a slim and sleek mobile phone with an unlikely QWERTY keyboard. It comes with a great gaming experience, Nokia N-Gage on board.

  4. By mukesh tanwar on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    Hi,

    i am using the Nokia E55 handset from last one year and some found the problem with pc board which that not repairable .can you arrange the same PC board pls confirme me .

    Regards,
    Mukesh T

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