Don’t worry it comes in silver as well.
Nokia continues to expand its smart phone series with the introduction of the E51. Much of the interface isn’t new per se, but in case you haven’t been following Nokia phones lately, I’ll give you a refresher. The applications you use most can be brought to the home screen for your convenience. One-touch keys give quick access to contacts, calendar, home screen and e-mail. Said e-mail works flawlessly with MS Exchange Server via Mail for Exchange, Nokia Intellisync Wireless E-mail, and others. Old news, right?
The E51 stands apart from the rest with an FM radio, 2-megapixel camera, multimedia playback, mobile access to Windows Live, and there’s Wi-Fi with a free VoIP app dubbed Gizmo. All E-Series users have free access to the app so you can make calls wherever you please. The E51 launches globally Q4 with a 350 Euro price tag.