Nokia E63 'builds on its popular predecessor'
11 February 2009 — 4:36 PM
The replacement for the Nokia E71 has been described by the finish manufacturer as multi-functional and affordable.
Nokia claimed it has built on many of the successes of the old device that made it so popular and packed it with a number of easy-to-use features that may interest those considering the latest phones.
Its comments follow the announcement the handset is to be made available in two new colours - blue and red.
The Finnish manufacturer added the Nokia E63 combines all of this and yet is still on sale at a reasonable price.
Alessandro Lamanna, vice-president of retail for Nokia's North American market, said: "People want a rich experience when using messaging, social networks and the internet."
"With the Nokia E63 you can enjoy the web, update your status, and work as much - or as little - as you like."
The phone is equipped with a two-megapixel camera, a full qwerty keyboard, 3.5mm audio jack, as well as 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity.
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