Nokia has just announced the E63 phone, a messaging device that joins Nokia E71 in the QWERTY handset segment. Nokia E63 will be available in the following weeks for about EUR 199, before taxes and subsidies. The new device supports Wi-Fi connectivity and Mail for Exchange, plus it includes dedicated keys used to access the Calendar, email and contacts.
There’s also a “mode” key, which makes the handset go from a corporate mail view to personal mode, where you can access photos of your close ones, personal emails and shortcuts to your favourite blogs and websites. Every feature you see on the E63 is the result of the positive feedback given by the public after testing the E71, so we’re in for a great business/personal experience.
Nokia’s latest E Series device uses Files on Ovi, a service that allows users to access their PC files remotely, even if the computer is offline. Each Nokia phone you buy comes with 1GB of free online file storage via Files on Ovi. E63 will arrive in ruby red or ultramarine blue and it’ll feature video recording, a landscape display, Nokia Music Store support, a 3.5 mm audio jack and support for thousands of apps.