kanuj, 13 Apr 2011A 600mhz processor? Wow.. slow down Nokia! Are you sure people can handle this much power in t... moreAre you trying to be funny or sarcastic? Both perhaps? well you've failed idiot. I will say this for the last time, this also goes for you professional reviewers and cell phone experts who think they know everything, anyone who knows and have used Symbian is well aware of the fact that the OS runs efficiently on 600 and 680 mhz processors.
MONUQ, 14 Apr 2011every thing is perfect........ but i and major problem ....why fixed focus........ and w... moreNokia announced that their Windows devices will have 8 mega pixel auto-focus camera's, however the Symbian devices will continue to have fix-focus camera's with the exception of the N8 of course.
gaurav, 14 Apr 2011Good phone. Looking forward for the realease. Essentially looks to be a E72 in new packaging a... moreMost likely its has USb charging all of their smartphones have that feature,thats is from the N8 onwards. We won't know for sure unless it is announced or until someone fully reviews the device.
Looks like a perfect phone for me, although fix-focus is a deal-breaker.
Good phone. Looking forward for the realease. Essentially looks to be a E72 in new packaging and more pixel size camera. A auto-focus could have worked well. Also, why no USB charging in the phone? Its basic feature for a smart phone device.
all anti-nokia people seem to be complaining about the 600 MHz ARM 11 processor . But the truth is if nokia phones can do muti-tasking so easily with this processor imagine when NOKIA will start shipping units with 1 GHz processors...WOW...those will be tough times for the competition .
Nokia_lover!, 13 Apr 2011Been reading a lot of comments here and there on this site for all things Nokia and what have ... morecouldn't agree with you more, blackberry are locking in some good features like secondary camera,fm radio, gpu for gaming,this e6 will be the best of both worlds.
kanuj, 13 Apr 2011A 600mhz processor? Wow.. slow down Nokia! Are you sure people can handle this much power in t... morewhy would you think everyone need dualcore 1400mhz phones? that's stupid, really. not everyone needs that much of power inside of PHONE.
android trolls are annoying and ignorant about nokia smartphones.
600 mhz is fast enough to power a smartphone and to sustain battery life. 1 ghz and dual core processor will definitely diminish the battery life in a smartphone.
also...SAMSUNG, LG, SE, MOTO, HTC ARE NOW LABELED AS ANDROID SMARTPHONES RATHER THAN THEIR RESPECTIVE NAME BRAND. nokia chooses to stick with symbian and , now, winmo7 to remain as nokia. blackberry also is sticking with its bb os.
so android trolls please quit asking the same question about nokia not using the android os.
every thing is perfect........
but i and major problem ....why fixed focus........
and what would be the price.......
kanuj, 13 Apr 2011A 600mhz processor? Wow.. slow down Nokia! Are you sure people can handle this much power in t... moreSome people comment here like they know everything in processor, android needs more Mhz than Symbian, that's why they are eaten up by more memory processor, think before posting, symbian doesnt need to be max if it will kill the battery easily.
WOW. my Nokia E72 is the best phone i ever had, but from reading the specs on the E6, its the ultimate smart phone, on my "to get list" once its released. this is the BlackBerry Killer!
1. Great screen better ppi than iphone 4.
2. Solid looking, great build quality, durable,
3. Amazing battery time. Even with a touch screen.
4. Great connectivity, better browser
Guys new symbian OS is not that bad actually. The phone has every feature that is needed for business prospective.
Cons: 1. Fixed focus camera.
2. Might get slow or unresponsive with multitasking at play.
But I will still buy the phone. Because it simply looks like a great Business device.
to nokia i raelly wish for nokia e6 to be in 4 sim card slots or 3 sim card slots
kanuj, 13 Apr 2011A 600mhz processor? Wow.. slow down Nokia! Are you sure people can handle this much power in t... moreIf you haven't notice this is the Symbian OS which is not as power hungry as Android and other competors, please get your facts right before commenting