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Specs of Nokia E63 120MB Blue

Nokia E63 120MB Blue Specs

Release Date in Philippines
DateJan 2009
Display diagonal5.99 cm (2.36")
Display resolution320 x 240 pixels
Display number of colours16.78 million colours
Weight & dimensions
Weight126 g
Width113 mm
Depth59 mm
Height13 mm
Data networkcsd,wcdma
Bluetooth version2.0+EDR
Rear camera typeSingle camera
Built-in flash
Zoom capability
Rear camera resolution1600 x 1200 pixels
Video capture resolution (max)320 x 240 pixels
Sensor typeCMOS
Built-in camera
Battery technologyLithium Polymer (LiPo)
Battery capacity1500 mAh
Talk time (2G)11 h
Standby time (2G)432 h
Form factorBar
Colour of productBlue
FM radio
Voice codecsEFR, FR

Reviews of Nokia E63 120MB Blue
Reviewed on 2010-04-21
It has been months since the Nokia E63 debuted in the market but it was only recently that we were able to get a hold of a unit for review. At the outset I was hesitant on the timeliness of the review because it felt like the phone was already on its w...
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Reviewed on 2010-05-05
The Nokia E63 phone was released in December 2008, It came in as a watered down version of the , thereby allowing users to have the success of the Nokia E71 with slightly less features and most importantly at a fraction of the cost.With that said, it ...
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Reviewed on 2009-05-08
Inexpensive for a smartphone; full Qwerty keyboard
No GPS or HSDPA; back panel easy to dislodge; keyboard not as good as the E71
When we reviewed the Nokia E71, we found it was one of the best Qwerty smartphones available, although fairly expensive at more than Β£300. Nokia has now released a cheaper alternative, the E63.The similarities between the two are obvious. From the fron...
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Reviewed on 2009-05-05
For a while now, the Nokia Eseries has been generally a business-centric phone, with an eye on work applications and ignorance for pricing trends in the marketplace. In an effort to appeal to a bigger audience, Nokia has spiced up the E63, giving it ma...
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Reviewed on 2009-04-13
Ever since Apple and RIM began their touch-screen smartphone/multimedia device/third-party app store pas de deux, other smartphone makers have been trying to fill the small niche formed by users not satisfied by these two smartphone giants. Nokias un...
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Reviewed on 2009-04-13
When Nokia introduced the very thin and powerful Nokia E71 QWERTY smartphone, it probably had no clue that this would be such a popular model. So much so that they could keep it at a higher price point and release a sibling model, the E63, with a lower...
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Reviewed on 2009-04-07
The Nokia E63 looks like a near carbon copy of the incredibly popular Nokia E71 QWERTY smartphone. It has nearly the same dimensions, keyboard and overall design, with a few features removed to bring it into serious budget-saving territory. Whats dif...
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Reviewed on 2009-03-31
The sleek Nokia E63 offers a full QWERTY keyboard and full e-mail capabilities. The Symbian smartphone has integrated Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and 3G support. Its also one of the more affordably priced unlocked phones.
The smartphone lacks integrated GPS, and call quality could be better. The camera doesnt produce the best pictures, and theres no side-mounted volume rocker.
Traditionally, the Nokia E series, which includes the , have been very business-focused and slightly on the pricey side, but the cell phone manufacturer is hoping to attract more consumers by offering its Nokia E63 at a lower price point. Announced for...
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Reviewed on 2009-03-16
Great keyboard, good screen, and dual home screens. ...
A bit large for the pocket, and there is no touch-screen. Look and Feel...
If you want a text-centric smartphone and are on a budget, you could do a lot worse than this. User opinions(0) Add opinion Read all opinions ...
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Reviewed on 2009-02-19
The little brother of the Nokia E71, the Nokia E63 lacks a GPS receiver and preinstalled games, and it has a downgraded camera. On the other hand, it possesses the same excellent email and messaging capabilities as other members of the Nokia E-series....
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Reviewed on 2009-02-18
Excellent full QWERTY keyboard, Inexpensive for an unlocked phone,
Mediocre camera, Disappointing music playback quality
Already available overseas, the Nokia E63 has finally come to the United States. The little brother of the Nokia E71, the E63 lacks a GPS receiver and preinstalled games, and it has a downgraded camera. On the other hand, it possesses the same excellen...
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Reviewed on 2009-01-24
Unexpectedly, SMS messages have become the most popular mobile service. Who would have thought that people will write messages in a peculiar way on these small keyboards? Years later, phones are much more advanced and the variety is greater, but this s...
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Reviewed on 2009-01-14
MediaIn this, part 2 of the review of the Nokia E63, Im going to look at how multimedia is handled, followed by a look at the way Files on Ovi has been bundled. As explained in part 1, the E63 has been set up so that many users will never actually nee...
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Reviewed on 2009-01-12
The legend goes that the Nokia E71 and E63 were separated at birth. Both phones were developed to similar timescales but with different price objectives in mind. Interestingly, the marketing blurb from Nokia is pretty similar for both, leaving the spe...
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Reviewed on 2008-12-08
Great form factor, 3.5mm headphone port, solid functionality
No volume control, missing HSDPA and GPS
Nokias E71 is a very popular smartphone in the companys business lineup, and it pushed the boundaries for Nokia in terms of design. But all of that metal and internal goodness costs money, so Nokia very wisely decided to take the best from the E71 i...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-21
Call quality was never an issue with the E63, as it easily lived up to our expectations of a Nokia-branded phone. Ring tones sounded quite loud and we were happy with them even in noisy environments. The vibro alert was of moderate strength. Nokia E63...
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Reviewed on 2006-01-01
Amazing battery life (both talk-time and standby time) that few cell phones can match , Wi-Fi ,3G capable , Bluetooth ,QWERTY keyboard ,3.5 mm audio jack ,Video recording with its built-in digital camera , microSD memory card slot ,Unique personal/busines......
Business/Personal mode switching feature may not appeal to all. (Some prefer all options and features to be readily available immediately. While the switch is a simple push of a button, some users might like the two features to be integrated together on t......
The E63 is the latest business phone from Nokia. It comes in a bright ruby red or deep blue color, and with an interesting feature that allows the user to switch from personal mode to business mode and back with the push of one button. Personal mode f...
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Reviewed on 2006-01-01
A Good keyboard in a compact body, A 3.5mm jack, Nicely built
The functional buttons are small, Poor camera
Unexpectedly, SMS messages have become the most popular mobile service. Who would have thought that people will write messages in a peculiar way on these small keyboards? Years later, phones are much more advanced and the variety is greater, but this s...
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Reviewed on 2009-03-25
The new Nokia E63 performs just as good as its older brother, the E71, but sports a cheaper price tag. It may miss out on a couple of good features, but then, who is complaining? Click to enlargeThe E63 sports the same design as the E71 but is a bit c...
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Reviewed on 2009-02-23
Excellent design and keyboard, switch mode feature, Wi-Fi, user interface, price
Lack of HSDPA-connectivity, no GPS, space bar has been shrunk, downgraded camera
Nokias latest Eseries mobile phone is the little brother of the more powerful and slimmer E71. Commanding an outright price of under $400, the Nokia E63 retains most of the Nokia E71s design traits β€” including a full QWERTY keyboard β€” but it lacks built-in GPS and HSDPA connectivity. The Nokia E63 is quite similar to the Nokia E71 in terms of its design, though it’s thicker and is made of plastic rather than shiny metal. This means it is less prone to fingerprints, but it doesn’t feel as soli
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