Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Nokia E63 specs... but no cable!!

I can't believe that the Nokia E63 does not come with a USB cable. Here are the essential measurements for the Nokia E63. In bold are the features that particularly stand out. 

Nokia E63 Mobile Phone Specifications

Network

  • 2G Network: Quad-band GSM 850/900/1800/1900 (EGPRS)
  • 3G Network: WCDMA 900/2100
  • Data

  • WMA, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, MP3
  • MP4, 3gp, codecs H.263, MPEG-4 VSP
  • RealPlayer
  • Supported mark-up languages: HTML, XHTML, MP, WML, CSS
  • Supported email protocols: IMAP4, Mail for Exchange, POP3, SMTP
  • JPEG
  • FM radio applications
  • Quickoffice (Word, Excel, PP)
  • PDF
  • Dimensions

  • Size: 113 x 59 x 13mm
  • Weight: 126g
  • Colour: Ultramarine Blue or Ruby Red and Black
  • Battery

  • Standby: 18 days
  • Talk Time: 11h/4h 40min (WCDMA/GSM)
  • Display

  • 2.36in TFT QVGA (320x240 pixels) with up to 16 million colours
  • Memory

  • Internal memory: 110MB
  • Memory card: 1GB microSD memory card slot included (hot swappable, max 8GB)
  • Connectivity

  • WLAN IEEE 802.11b/g (Security: WEP, 802.1X, WPA)
  • Full-speed 2.0 MicroUSB connector
  • Bluetooth with A2DP
  • 3.5mm stereo headset plug(!!)
  • Operating System

  • Symbian Os 9.2, S60 3.1 Edition, Eseries
  • Web Browser

  • Nokia Web Browser with Mini Map, visual history, HTML and JavaScript support, Flash Lite 3.0 and Flash video support
  • Messaging

  • SMS, MMS, email, text-to-speech message reader
  • Ringtones

  • Polyphonic (64 channels), Monophonic, True Tones, MP3, vibrating alert
  • Camera

  • 2 megapixel camera
  • CMOS sensor
  • digital zoom
  • Focal length: 4.5mm
  • Focus range: 10cm to infinity
  • LED flash
  • Video Camera

  • Video capture in MPEG-4, QVGA at 15fps
  • Features and Entertainment & Maps

  • Nokia Maps 2.0 application
  • Free downloadable maps of over 150 countries, millions of locations, location details
  • Satellite imagery available for download
  • Upgrades available for purchase (GPS receiver, Multimedia city guides, Drive or Walk turn-by-turn guidance)
  • Other

  • Full QWERTY keyboard
  • Dedicated one-touch keys: home, calendar, contacts, and email
  • Data encryption for both phone memory and microSD content
  • Remote lock
  • Voice recorder
  • Voice commands
  • Integrated voice conferencing
  • Music player
  • Media player
  • Reminders
  • Calculator with advanced functions
  • Calendar with week and month view
  • Converter
  • ActiveNotes
  • Quickoffice (Word, Excel, PP, PDF)
  • Customisable home screen content in Business and Personal modes
  • Nokia Mobile Search
  • Printer synchronisation
  • LED torch
  • Various other applications
  • Sales Package Contents

  • Nokia E63
  • Nokia Battery (BP-4L)
  • Nokia Charger (AC-8)
  • Nokia Headset
  • NO CABLE!
  • 6 comments:

    1. I heard that e63 use the same data cable as e71, a micro usb cable.
      This 'micro usb', is it the 'common' usb cable usually used for digital camera and other cell phones?

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    2. sorry brian its nothing like the other mini usb cables. It is however the same cable as the N85 and E71 and probably a few other nokia phones but not the same as digital camera ones.

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    3. Today is the 2nd of Feb and I have recieved my E63. I too am surprised that there is no connector/cable for it to be attached to PC. I also got a £20 voucher so I bought a mini USB cable and a bluetooth dongle. However, as a newbie I wonder if I have done the right thing??

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    4. yeah its a good investment!

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    5. crap, init, my phone cost 177 euro in ireland took my phone home and no cable , took phone back to sho and said to the woman i got this phone in here to day but there is no usb cable she said this phone does not come with one ?? u have to buy which i did and cost me over 20 euro , a joke one thing tho good phone alex co mayo

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    6. Its very interesting post, good job

      Videocon Telecom said that it will offer 750 MB free data for its all its non-data users as an initiative to educate and encourage them to start using data and get digitally connected, taking PM Narendra Modi's vision of Digital India forward.

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