I just bought Kingston 2 GB DV RS-MMC and it works great with my E60.
just an excelent mobile device
it has everything i want and no camera...ha ha
just wonder if i could use bl-6c for this one cos bl-5c is a little weak for a smart multimedia phone
nice phone, it would be better if they provide camera option. i feel nokia should really work on what they make on higher end
I have the Nokia E60, i use Sipgate via wifi without any problems whatsover
I am interested in buying this cellular one, but it'd like to know if it could use the resource of VOIP with the GIZMO + SIPphone.com?
Has anyone heard anything on subject of carrying case for this device. Official page list CP-59, but that model is out of business for some time and shops do not have it (official and distributors). I think it is rather bad thing to release business oriented phone without business expected cover.
I bought the E60 last week, I can't keep my hand off it. A great phone worth every penny I paid for. Nokia are back on track!
I love this phone! I have it from 2 months and it works fine. SMS, battery life, mail client... All the applications are working fine. I just wonder why there are people with problems. I get mine from Bulgaria, from the official Nokia shop. SO...
That would be latest firmware (or perhaps should I say the only for now).
I usually have this phone along with Nokia 6310i in rucksack (as I can't find carrying case for E60!?) and they rub against each other. After more than month I can't see any issues.
i have read somewhere that the metal parts of the frame get scratched easily.
has anyone who has used it for a while noticed such a problem?
Had my phone for about a month now and i cant imagine replacing it for any other phone in the market.
As mentioned by other users, I havent faced that slow sms sending problem, or the hanging up problem after being locked for a long time and also no probelm with outlook sync.BUTTTT the contact list sorting problem is quite annoying. One thing nore, 15 days after buying, i picked up the phone and it showd two missed calls.I clicked SHOW and it was only showing the missed calls till the previous day. i made some more missed calls from my land line and they were also not shown in the list. Deleting the previous entries did not help, only restarting the phone solved this.
I have created accounts for my official mail and Gmail in messaging and they are working fine but hotmail and yahoo accounts are not working at all. hotmail gives the error"no server found". can any body help me in solving this.
Whats the latest firmware version for E60. mine is 1.0610.02.15 RM-49
I just read what I wrote and perhaps I was a bit unclear - I used Nokia PC suite to transfer the files (not convert them of course).
I had some chm files which I converted to html to be able to use them with phone. I used Nokia PC Suite to do that.
As for memory card, there seems to be quite a mess around this. It looks like most of the "mini" cards work at high voltage range while phones are lower one. This leads to communication problems. To address it DV has been created making sure this process works. Now, if card is DV then it is RS too, but RS doesn't have to be DV. This also means that RS and non DV will probably work (some may not), but I will not risk. I found that even Sandisk had warning about this on their website.
Well on ebay they keep saying that the card is a DV card, so I'm going to see what it says when I get it, maybe find a way to test it. Also some people bought it for the N70 (it needs a DV as well) and they say that it works great, so I'll take a look and keep you posted.
As for now, anyone have any idea how I can transfer txt files onto the phone memory? I want to use it as an ebook but I don't see any way to simply transfer it (BT/IR are not options, USB only).
i sold this phone last month it was going slow and slow day by day, major problem was lazy on sms sending,i used one day N73 its screen is 256k. while E60 has 16m, i bought to day again E60. now i put all data in memory card, and useing care fully, i close each window one by one, i never had phone like this, good size Grace full, Solid, And looks elegent,i like this phone a lot, thanks Nokia.
When I went to topram web site I saw that their MMC is not DV! Actually, on their website they list Nokias that cannot use that card as it is NOT dual voltage.
If you check picture on ebay you will see the same - not dual voltage! It might work - I have no idea, but given that RS DV is required I'm not willing to buy card not certified and do something wrong to my mobile.
I work at the R&D Department for a GSM Telecom so I use the phone "heavily" for testing and for my everyday communications. A possibility of me having long battery life is the signal strength as we have more than a couple of airsites that are of very close proximity to our office were we get around -60 dBm of signal strength. :D