Tuesday, 6 October 2009

The Nokia E55 comes with a QWERTY keyboard amongst other features

The Nokia E55 is a compact phone which oozes style and sophistication. It has an impressive amount of raw processing power by virtue of the ARM 11 600 MHz processor and the Symbian operating system integrated into the unit. These ensure the phones many functions work effectively and quickly whilst still offering the ability to multi task. As a smart phone, the handset is simple and efficient as well as being user friendly to use.

A 2.4inch TFT screen fills the top half of the front face of the phone. With its ability to display 16 million colours at a pixel resolution of 240x320 pixels, images are clear and vivid when viewed on the screen. The inclusion of a half QWERTY keyboard is a welcome addition and ensures that data entry and texting are made far simpler. Many phones are being released with QWERTY keypads, some are better than others, but the keypad built in to this unit is effective in every way.

The Nokia E55 comes with a 3.2 mega pixel camera, which operates at 2048 x 1536 pixels and also has included within its features, an enhanced fixed focus and an LED flash. VGA quality video recording and playback is provided as an alternative to
still images, which the addition of a secondary camera offers the ability to conduct video calls.

Internet access is offered through the phones HSDPA and Wi-Fi connections, with
speeds of up to 10.2 Mbps available. Nationally available hot spots can also be utilised for surfing, where available. GPRS, HSCSD, EDGE, Blue tooth and microUSB are also all catered for within this comprehensive package, which ensures a multitude of connectivity is available to the owner. GPS completes the ensemble of connectivity.

The Nokia E55 comes with an internal memory of 60 Mb, however this can be expanded by using the microSD slot up to a far more impressive 16 Gb. The phone also provides an MP3/MP4 player and FM stereo radio and document editor. All in all, much like the
Nokia N97, the phone although simplistic in its style and outlook actually provides a complete package which covers all bases.

Author: Alan Reed

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