Nokia E51

Nokia E51

Ok, this baby is going to be my next phone. I’ll totally skip the iPhone, get the Nokia E51 and just pair that with the iPod Touch. See specs and pictures after the jump:


Nokia E51 Detailed Specs:
GSM 850/900/1800/1900, WCDMA 850/2100 MHz
2 inch screen (240 x 320 pixels up to 16M colors)
2.0 MP camera with 4x digital zoom
130 MB of user data memory
4GB with hot swappable microSD card
WLAN (IEEE 802.11g)
HSDPA up to 3.6 Mbit/s (3G)
Bluetooth 2.0
USB 2.0
IrDA (115 kbps)
FM Visual Radio
Ambient light sensor
114.8 x 46 x 12 mm (just 1mm thicker than my Samsung Blackjack)
S60 3.1 Edition
Instant messaging (supports Yahoo, AOL, OMA 1.2, MSN)
Nokia Office Tools 2.0
H.264 (MPEG-4), 3gpp, and Real codecs
Text-to-Speech feature (TTS)

Nokia E51

I like my current phone. It’s my first non-Nokia phone but sometimes, I still long for the regular-sized one with the keypads, features and functions I’ve already memorized by heart. Besides, I already have two numbers now — one for the public (which you can see on my contact page) and one for personal/private use.

Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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19 Responses

  1. BrianB says:

    If the E65 was this thin, I’d get the E65.

  2. BrianB says:

    Ooh, HSDPA. I wonder why I didn’t cover this in my cellphone blog? Must cost 20K. Maybe you should wait till iPhone gets here, cellphones in general especially high-end ones may get way cheaper.

  3. Augustine says:

    Nokia 6120 Classic is another option for those who want HSDPA connectivity. I guess it’s the cheapest HSDPA phone.Sold at around 12-13K. A good buy.

  4. Miguel says:

    Nice! But I already bought an E65… the form factor is OK.

    Smart should give me one… I only have plan 800 but I have high roaming bills!

  5. vance says:

    good for you! but ditch the ipod touch get the iPod Classic! 160GB. =P why spend your money on something that has lesser capacity mp3 player.. I know iPod touch is a revolutionary MP3 player but with the price tag of $200 to 400 USD, its a waste of money..

  6. elmer says:

    Not for enterprise IMO.. for now it stick to my BlackBerry 8800 as most of my co-workrs are not used to text speak emails and without qwerty keys it hard for me to type full words.

  7. vance says:

    @elmer that is also a good business phone.

  8. 2.0 megapixels camera? doesn’t sound good.

  9. Kevin says:

    2.0 megapixel camera phones are common even on new releases of other cellphones

  10. Tiffany says:

    I miss nokia phones! :(

  11. WiFi and VOIP, extra long bettery life, I don’t have to go to the office anymore…hahaha…

    Yes, I think you are right. Skip the iphone and use this for a year or two.

  12. brixo says:

    Hey! can you please tell me if this 3g phone can work in japan as a roaming? if e71 is as cheap as the e51, id buy the e71. hahaha..

  13. Omi says:

    How do I activate Globe internet in this phone?

  14. .. mgkno po ba yan??? kung pde po swap nlang po…

  15. More likely next year’s model will have it.

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