- Good camera
- Much faster web browser than previous Symbian 3 phones
- High build quality
- Good battery life
- No dedicated Camera button
- Voice Command button only works on long press
The Nokia E6 follows on from its E-Series QWERTY predecessors such as 2010's Nokia E5, providing the best E-Series camera yet, touch screen navigation and the home screen capabilities of the Symbian 3 platform. With its 8MP camera and 8GB internal mass storage, the Nokia E6 provides more than enough memory for a small music library, a quantity of captured pictures, videos and map data, with the ability to increase it to 40MB with an external memory card.
Design And Build:
The Nokia E6 has a good built and sturdy body. The qwerty keypad gives good option of typing really fast for texting. Nokia E6 has the dimension 115.5 x 59 x 10.5 mm and weighs 133 g which is pretty light and easy to carry around.
Nokia E6 has 8 MP camera comes without LED flash. The camera quality is good and impressive compared to other smartphones. It is also loaded with geo-tagging and face detection features. The Nokia E6 is also comes with a 0.3 MP front camera which gives an option of video calling.
This Nokia E6 has been fitted with a 2.46 inch TFT screen which gives decent output. This screen utilises resolution of 480 x 640 pixels to reflect graphics and images with minute details and vibrant colours. Nokia E6 gives average image viewing and picture experience.
This Nokia E6 comes packed with Symbian Anna OS which is upgradable to Nokia Belle OS. The old OS has many error and hanging probs which are removed in it's update of Belle OS. Nokia E6's processor gives average performance compared to other smartphones of the same range.
Power On It:
Nokia E6 is loaded with the 1500 mAh Li-ion battery which gives about 14.8 hrs and 7.5 hrs of talktime on 2G and 3G respectively. Also 681 hrs and 744 hrs of standby on 2G and 3G. Compared to other smartphones this battery life is more than average which gives good option of using the phone for long time.
All in all the Nokia E6 is a phone that serves most business and personal use purposes quite well and in these days of scarce physical keyboards provides a viable option for the physical keyboard lovers.