First look review of the Nokia E6
The Nokia E6 is the latest handset from the Finnish company aimed at professionals. We take a look a look to see if it does the business.
The first thing you notice upon picking up the E6 is that Nokia has created a well put together handset. The slim metal case and glass screen not only look attractive, they also give the E6 a reassuringly solid feel.
The keypad is also fairly generous for a phone of its type, although some might find the keys a little too small and awkward to use.
As well as its Qwerty keyboard, the Nokia E6 can be controlled through the touchscreen – although as this is only 2.4-inches across diagonally it’s pretty small and fiddly to use.
The E6 runs on the latest version of Nokia’s Symbian operating system, strangely titled ‘Anna’. This is a slight improvement on previous Symbian incarnations, but it still isn’t as slick or as user friendly as other smartphone operating systems.
To read the full first look mobile phone review of the Nokia E6, head over to Which?.
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