Nokia E61

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Nokia E61/i
Nokia E61/i
Manufacturer Nokia
Available 2006 (E61), 2007 (E61i)
Screen Landscape QVGA 320 × 240 LCD screen, 2.8 in, 24 bits (16 million) colors
Camera 2 MPx (E61i)
Operating system S60 platform third edition on Symbian OS
Input 46 keys QWERTY thumb keyboard, five-way joystick
CPU 220 MHz ARM processor (E61i)
Memory 64MB internal
Memory card Mini SD (e61i is Micro SD)
Networks WWAN GSM/GPRS/EDGE quad band, UMTS (W-CDMA 2100)/HSCSD/CSD
Connectivity WLAN Wi-Fi 54 Mbit/s 802.11g PAN Bluetooth 1.2 (723.1 kbit/s); infrared and full-speed USB
Battery 1,500mAh lithium-polymer
Physical size 117 mm × 69.7 mm × 14 mm
Weight 144 g / 150g
Media MP3/AAC
Successor Nokia E71

The Nokia E61 is a smartphone from the Eseries range, a Series 60 Third Edition device with a QWERTY keyboard targeting business users in the European market. As of Q4 2006 Cingular and Rogers Wireless have deployed a similar yet restricted version designated the Nokia E62 in the North American and Brazilian markets. The E62 is substantially similar but without an 802.11 WiFi chipset or W-CDMA (UMTS) 3G support. E61 supports 900/1800/1900 bands, while E62 can operate in 850/900/1800/1900 in order to support American networks.

On 12 February 2007 Nokia announced the E61i as a follow up product.


[edit] Characteristics

[edit] Additional features

[edit] Included Software

  • Personal Organizer / Calendar
  • File Manager
  • Contacts Manager
Media viewers
  • Music Player (supports MP3, AAC, WAV, AMR)
  • RealPlayer
  • Image browser
  • Web browser[4]
  • WAP browser (separate to web browser)
  • Email client (POP3, SMTP, IMAP)
  • Word processor
  • Spreadsheet
  • Presentation software

[edit] Included accessories

  • Mono earphone with inline microphone and answer key
  • CA-44 adapter converting former Nokia 3.5 mm power plug to the new 2 mm plug
  • Data cable CA-53 from Nokia Pop-Port to USB-A type male connector
  • Quick start and user's guide, errata, additional applications booklet

[edit] Interface and Connectors

Indicator light, Earpiece, Power key, Quarter VGA landscape display, Left selection key, Menu key, Five-way joystick, E-mail key, Right selection key, Call key, End key, 10×4 keyboard also functioning as keypad
Left side 
Loudspeaker, Up-down volume keys, Voice key
Power jack, 14 pole pop-port connector, Microphone, Infrared transceiver
Battery cover release
Battery compartment 
MiniSD Card slot (for E61) or MicroSD slot (for E61i), 3 pole battery connector, SIM
Joystick, display (molex)

[edit] VoIP Support

The built-in SIP VoIP client works fine with any SIP provider. The device can connect to an IP PABX, for example on an office network. This allows the device to assume the role of an extension on a company phone system. As of early Q4 2006, the default client included with the phone does not have the ability to perform NAT traversal, and is therefore limited to local area network connectivity. As of firmware revision 3.0633.09.04, Nokia has added both STUN and persistent TCP/IP for NAT/Firewall traversal.[5] Older versions of the phone can be upgraded to the latest version for free using the Nokia Software Updater which is available for free from the Nokia website.

[edit] E61i

Nokia E61i

The Nokia E61i is a smartphone from the Eseries range, an S60 platform third edition device with qwerty keyboard targeting business users in the European market. It's an update to the Nokia E61 released in 2006. This product was announced on 12 February 2007 at 3GSM World Congress [6] and is now available.

The main differences over the E61 include:

  • 2 Megapixel camera
  • D-pad instead of a joystick
  • Additional buttons to access quick functions
  • Slimmer case design
  • Updated version battery
  • Upgradeable to newer firmware
  • MicroSD instead of MiniSD

[edit] See also

[edit] References

[edit] External links

[edit] E61

[edit] E61i

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