updated 12:25 pm EST, Fri January 5, 2007
Nokia E65 in development?
Slovakian site MobilMania claims to have acquired photos of the Nokia E65, an upcoming mobile aimed at business users. It appears to be a slider phone, 0.5 inches thick, with buttons suggesting possible VoIP functions. Specifications indicate that it's a GSM quadband unit, with further support for EDGE broadband and 2,100MHz WCDMA. Local connectivity is made possible through Bluetooth, infrared, 802.11b/g and a POP port, which can accept USB 2.0 signals only through a Nokia connector. The camera is a two-megapixel model, and the screen sports an impressive 16 million colors at 352x416. Files are stored on 52MB of internal memory or a removable microSD card. Initial reports peg the phone for the second half of 2007, selling at a price of 340 ($445). Click through to see larger photos.