The Symbian is dying, at least according to some, but Nokia continues on his way and continues to churn out updates of its best models with Symbian OS. Today we will talk about the latest update of “thick”, the E6 Nokia: Nokia the world’s second business.
The Nokia E6 is the new model, or perhaps I should say upgrade, the Nokia E5, designed primarily for the business world and primarily designed to rival the more famous BlackBerry. The new Nokia device has a QWERTY keyboard Full-inch touch screen display with 2.46 “(VGA, 326 ppi, resolution of 640 × 480 pixels). The core of the device is unknown, but at least you know the RAM (256 MB) and ROM memory (1 GB). In terms of multimedia and connectivity will find an 8 MP camera with dual LED flash but no autofocus, WiFi, Bluetooth, USB connector and a 3.5 mm headphone. The software bundle is fairly complete and is made up of Mail for Exchange, QuickOffice and others. The Nokia E6 is not bad, and introduces a major upgrade compared to : touch screen, which I personally find it very useful even if a diagonal so small perhaps fails to appreciate or feel his presence. Unique and giant negative aspect of the device is the operating system, Symbian ^ 3 (Anna) that it is too backward compared to Android OS or IOS.
The gap is becoming more and more likely to go unnoticed for very good device, such as the Nokia E6, in favor of other devices that might be less valid, but with a better OS. The eternal comparison of business-phone BlackBerry and Nokia is wide open and with this new terminal, the rivalry remains fierce. The BlackBerry is the emperor of the business world, for ease of use and perfect for the management of mail. The Nokia E6 could compete, but Symbian does not allow it.