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Reviewed on 2010-04-21
Basta pag dating sa business phones, Nokia E series ang bidang bida. And the coming of E66 makes the E- series even more complete. This phone is launch almost together with the QWERTY-keyboard-equipped E71. Though wala syang ganung klasing keyboard, ma...
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Reviewed on 2010-07-13
The is one of the latest additions to Nokia's E series lineup of business phones. It is a feature packed phone with a very stylish slider design. It is powered by the Symbian OS v9.2 FP1.Dimensions: 107.5x49.5x13.6 mm Weight: 121 gms Display: 240 x 3...
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Reviewed on 2009-03-30
Sleek business slider, 3.2 MP camera and integrated GPS, Shortcut keys for better productivity, Very featurerich, SDHC support and good internal memory, Multimedia support very good, Full range of connections possibleLacks fast user input, Cheap looking and misplaced power key
The Nokia E-series line up of business phones are always the hottest phones in the market. The E66 is released along with Nokia E71, with the difference being in priorities. The E66 sacrifices a QWERTY keypad and some other goodies for being a compact ...
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Reviewed on 2009-02-12
We were bowled over last month when we came face to face with the first of Nokia’s new smartphones, the E71. Its combination of usability, battery life and business features saw it elevated to the lofty position of A-List champion, rudely elbowing asid...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-25
Metal Body, Powerful, Smooth & refined, Feature Pack 2, 3G, GPS with Nokia Maps, 2.5mm jack.Poor Camera, Expensive, Fingerprint magnet, Battery.
The Nokia E-Series has always been strictly serious. The one time that they tried to make the E-Series look slick, they put it in a slide form factor & it pretty much failed because of software issues. This time they have had another go with the same i...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-18
It is very hard not to like the E66; however, if you are a keen emailer, you’ll probably prefer a mini QWERTY keyboard. There is a great deal going on here – and all housed within stylish, beautifully constructed hardware. Nokia E66 Review ...
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Reviewed on 2008-09-25
If you want a ‘corporate’ phone without a QWERTY keyboard that can do everything short of ironing your jockeys, then this is it. At 13mm thin it’s more streamlined than previous E models, and its reflective stainless steel front adds a t...It’s heavy, but that’s down to the stainless steel trim. And although that looks nice, it's smart shell is a fingerprint magnet.
This Quad-band slider phone from Nokia measures 107.5x49.5x13.6mm, weighs 121g and has a 2.4-inch screen. The battery lasts 7.5 hours (talk time) and 264 hours in standby. The MicroSD memory card slot allows for up to a maximum of 8GB storage. HSDPA, e...
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Reviewed on 2008-09-18
Call quality was never an issue with the E66, 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 alter was of moderate strength. Some cons...
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Reviewed on 2008-08-29
The Nokia E66 is a new business oriented smartphone that is tasked with replacing Nokias popular E65. With a 3.2 megapixel autofocus camera and updated Contacts and Calendar applications, we take a look to see if the E66 is much of an improvement, and...
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Reviewed on 2008-08-19
QWERTY or numeric, the eternal question that has divided mobile phone users over the years. With the recent launch of its new E-series for the year, the Nokia E71, consumers have been raving about its features and functions, not to mention the int...
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Reviewed on 2008-08-19
Solid and attractive build, HSDPA, WiFi and AGPS, Excellent productivity toolsSmaller battery compared to E71, Accelerometer can be a nuisance
While we like the E71 better, the E66 is a great smartphone with class leading features. If you want the functionality of a business phone without the bulk of a PDA form factor, the E66 is the phone youve been looking for. DesignAt the beginning of th...
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Reviewed on 2008-08-18
Solid and attractive build, HSDPA, Wi-Fi and A-GPS, Excellent productivity toolsSmaller battery compared to E71, Accelerometer can be a nuisance
At the beginning of the movie a regular policeman is covered in shiny metal and becomes a super policeman, a RoboCop, if you will. Thats a tremendously watered down version of the tragic start to this film, but in similarly simplistic terms we can se...
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Reviewed on 2008-08-15
Design, switch mode feature, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS, interface speedQuestionable build quality of slider, native menu isn’t as visually appealing as competing models
Boasting the same features as the E71 minus the QWERTY keyboard, Nokias E66 is aimed at users who arent hell-bent on large amounts of text entry. This stylish E-Series handset has the same internal characteristics as its big brother in a smaller, mor...
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Reviewed on 2008-08-15
To begin with the upgraders point of view, wed say a jump from E65 to the E66 is totally worth it. The phone has improved in nearly every area compared to its predecessor and addresses most of its issues. The price tag is still slightly on the steep...
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Reviewed on 2008-08-08
The review of Nokia E66 can be shrunk down to a few words: a slider version of Nokia E71 with a standard numerical keypad and an integrated motion sensor. Nothing more. We had a long-lasting experience with Nokia E71 before we realized what the thing ...
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Reviewed on 2008-07-31
The Nokia E66 is a pretty impressive phone if you’re looking for something solid, stable, and geared for a nice balance of data and phone features. The high price and somewhat unfamiliar operating system might turn American consumers off, but large bus...
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Reviewed on 2008-07-31
Stylish slider, 3.2 megapixel camera, Symbian S60 smartphone operating system, A-GPS, 2GB microSD card with mapsNo 3.5mm headphone jack
Nokia has released two very similar Symbian business-oriented smartphones recently, the QWERTY keyboard-packing E71 and this slim slider. The phones have very similar specs – they both run on Symbian 9.2 OS, both have the same 3.2 megapixel camera, Wi-...
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Reviewed on 2008-07-30
It’s slimmer by a couple of millimetres, though its also longer by the same amount and slightly heavier. But its that slimness that you notice as it glides effortlessly into your pocket. E66: glides effortlessly into your pocket Its really a very w...
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Reviewed on 2008-07-26
Price: $798This smartphone is as compact as they come and without any hang-ups (pun intended) on functions.Typical smartphone must-haves that are found in chunkier and more robust smartphones include Wi-Fi and GPS.With maps pre-loaded, plus three month...
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Reviewed on 2008-07-25
The review of Nokia E66 can be shrunk down to a few words: a slider version of Nokia E71 with a standard numerical keypad and an integrated motion sensor. Nothing more. We had a long-lasting experience with Nokia E71 before we realized what the thing ...
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