Nokia E90 smartphone in the Nokia E series

The Nokia E-Series are smartphones that support corporate email and are considered business-oriented mobile phones that offer enhanced mobility. Nokia Enterprise Solutions offers end-to-end solutions ranging from enterprise-optimized mobile devices on the front-end to a strong portfolio of enterprise-mobile-optimized gateways on the back-end. The E-Series mobile phones can help companies mobilize employees and optimize productivity.

New releases of the E series

On October 12, 2005 Nokia announced the launch of three mobile phones: Nokia E60, Nokia E61 and Nokia E70. The E-Series is aimed at both businesses and professionals to help Nokia achieve extended brand equity. The phones in this series meet the need of business users to stay connected anytime, anywhere, with excellent voice quality and easy-to-use design.

Communicator phones

Nokia Communicator phones are popular with corporate customers. A quad-band beast, the Nokia E90 is a huge improvement over those beefy handsets, offering HSDPA, WI-FI and Bluetooth, as well as dual cameras, syncing and mapping apps. It has an internal screen and a fat keyboard with mini USB.

The Nokia E65 is a slim slider phone with the basic S60 features without the touchscreen and keyboard. It is a tiny smartphone that comes with a 2 megapixel camera. The Nokia E60 works with GSM and WCDMA 2100 (3G). Slim and sleek, the Nokia E61 is an upgrade of the E60 phone with a QWERTY keyboard and a 2 megapixel camera with a full email connectivity package. These smartphones support many business email solutions such as GoodLink, Connect, Blackberry and Nokia Business Center. This candy-bar style phone is optimized for voice services such as VOIP and push-to-talk.

The Nokia E61 is a slim and mid-range email device compatible with most email clients like Seven Mobile Mail, Seven Always-On Mail and Visto Mobile etc., with editing and attachment support.

The Nokia E70 is an all-in-one messaging device that integrates 3G and WiFi and runs on Symbian OS 9.1. This is a candy bar style that looks like a Nokia 6820 and shows a full keyboard for long messages. The next E50 in the series is more of a business device than a smartphone. New additions to the Nokia E-Series E61i, E65 and E90 were introduced on February 12, 2007.