'Practice makes perfect' with new Nokia
29 September 2009 — 10:04 AM
The Nokia E55 is a handset that may take some getting used to - but is worth it when you do, one expert has advised.
In an article for Cnet this week, Frank Lewis took a look at the various options available on the Finnish manufacturer's new messaging focused device and drew particular attention to the keypad layout.
With a broad set up that has two alphabetical options per button, it is certainly not the usual option - nor is it the qwerty-style facility of a BlackBerry - however, it was noted that with a little practice, some may love it.
"It's not just the E55's keypad that impresses, though. It's also amazingly slim for a smart phone, has very long battery life and offers good messaging features, making it easy to recommend," Mr Lewis concluded.
The Nokia device boasts a 3.2-megapixel camera, 2.4-inch 320 x 240 pixel resolution QVGA screen and MicroSD support for up to 16 GB.
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