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nokia e66 e nokia e71i

Discussão em 'Telemóveis' iniciada por hardtel, 8 de Maio de 2008. (Respostas: 178; Visualizações: 29759)

  1. hardtel

    hardtel Power Member

    Última edição: 8 de Maio de 2008
  2. numbsock

    numbsock Power Member

    Yep o E66 ta mesmo lindo! =)
  3. Pedrocas

    Pedrocas Banido

    Sinceramente, a Nokia tem slides mais giros do que esse.
  4. Nerusonu

    Nerusonu Colaborador
    Staff Member

    meu rico E65...
  5. Hartsink

    Hartsink Power Member

    Parecem ambos muito fininhos. O E66 parece ter um ecrã maior do que o E65.

    Aquele nova linha a dizer "set up email" é uma função nova dos symbian, para ir de encontro ao blackberry?
  6. tmgp

    tmgp Moderador
    Staff Member

    depois dos rumores, o pessoal do Boy Genius Report conseguiu por a mão num E71, e as notícias são animadoras. parece que a nokia reaprendeu o que quer dizer qualidade de construção :)

    @ http://www.boygeniusreport.com/2008/05/24/nokia-e71-hands-on/
  7. tmgp

    tmgp Moderador
    Staff Member

  8. THE FOX

    THE FOX Power Member

    NOVOS NOKIA E71 e E66

    NOKIA E71 - Specs: http://europe.nokia.com/A41146122


    NOKIA E66 - Specs: http://europe.nokia.com/A41148254


    Email made easy: Nokia unveils two new Nokia Eseries devices optimized for personal and professional email
    June 16, 2008

    Slim, stylish Nokia E71 and Nokia E66 multimedia computers offer easy access to range of email solutions, including Microsoft Exchange

    London, UK - Nokia introduced today the Nokia E71 and Nokia E66 - the latest email-optimized devices from the Nokia Eseries product range. The sleek Nokia E71 with full QWERTY keyboard and the stylish, slide-to-open Nokia E66 easily mobilize a broad range of personal or professional messaging needs, including Microsoft Exchange, the world's most widely adopted corporate email solution. Both devices are expected to begin shipping in key markets in July. The Nokia E71 and the Nokia E66 are expected to retail at EUR 350, before applicable taxes and subsidies.

    "The Nokia E71 and Nokia E66 were designed for people who lead a mobile lifestyle and want quick and easy access to their personal and work email. With both of these devices, we have responded to consumer feedback by making calendar and contacts available at the touch of a button," said Søren Petersen, Senior Vice President, Devices, Nokia. "Equally important, people want well-crafted devices that are as beautiful to use as they are to behold. Stainless steel was chosen as the core material for these devices, giving them additional strength and a touch of class. Furthermore, the Nokia E71 and Nokia E66 offer all the latest multimedia features that people desire."

    Easy, one-touch access to email
    The Nokia E71 and Nokia E66 come fully equipped for easy-to-install and easy-to-use professional and personal email. People who use Microsoft Exchange at work can access their email using the Mail for Exchange mobile email client, which comes pre-loaded with the Nokia E71 and Nokia E66. With these Nokia Eseries devices, people can get reliable real-time access to their email, calendar, contacts and tasks, as well as download attachments like Word, Excel, Powerpoint or PDF files directly to their devices.

    The Nokia E71 and Nokia E66 support email accounts from more than a thousand internet service providers (ISPs) around the world, as well as Gmail, Yahoo! mail and Hotmail. Additionally, the Nokia E71 and Nokia E66 support the Nokia Intellisync Wireless Email solution as well as third party email solutions like System Seven and Visto Mobile. Both devices come with the new switch mode that allows people easily to switch between personal and work home screens.

    "With mobile email penetration and access to wireless applications growing at a rapid rate, Nokia is well positioned with its extensive lineup of market leading handsets to address the needs of consumers, high-end users and mobile professionals alike," said Andrew Brown, Director, Wireless Enterprise Strategies Global Wireless Practice, Strategy Analytics.

    Sophisticated tool, premium design inside and out
    With a stainless steel case, etched graphics and available in two colors - grey steel or white steel - the Nokia E71 bears the hallmarks of Nokia quality and craftsmanship. The cool metallic finish is complemented by the bright colour display, which showcases the Nokia E71 device's brilliantly simple user interface. Designed for both one-handed and two-handed use, the Nokia E71 pays special attention to ergonomics, as evidenced by its narrow shape and specially designed keypad.

    The Nokia E66 offers a premium look and feel with its stainless steel accents and smooth sliding design. Sharing the same key features as the Nokia E71, including an enhanced calendar, contacts and customizable home screen modes, the Nokia E66 offers unique additions, like an orientation sensor that automatically optimizes itself for full screen viewing or silences the ringer when the device is turned over. Available in grey steel or white steel version, the Nokia E66 leaves a lasting impression as a sophisticated business tool in a distinct design.

    Always Entertaining
    In addition to email and personal information management, the Nokia E71 and Nokia E66 support the latest Ovi services including maps, music and media sharing that power users expect from their device. This includes fast and seamless browsing with HSDPA, wireless LAN and 3G connectivity, Assisted GPS (A-GPS) and Nokia Maps for navigation, a music player with support for up to 8 GB expandable memory and a 3.2 megapixel autofocus camera.

    Built for Businesses of all sizes
    In addition to serving entrepreneurs and smaller businesses, the Nokia E71 and Nokia E66 also come fully equipped with a robust suite of enterprise grade features, including a built-in encryption functionality for both the device memory and for the memory card. Both Nokia E71 and Nokia E66 also include integrated mobile VPN support that gives mobile professionals access to their company intranet, and device lock and wipe to protect corporate information. Incorporating underlying technologies that allow IT departments to effectively manage security settings, corporate applications, data and advanced voice features, the Nokia E71 and Nokia E66 expand the range of Nokia Eseries devices that support enterprise-specific deployment.

    Accessorize with Style
    Also announced today were a number of Nokia accessories that support the Nokia E71 and Nokia E66. The Nokia Car Kit CK-100 and Nokia Display Car Kit CK-600 offer convenient handling, simplified installation and software updatability. The Nokia Car Kit CK-100 features Nokia Talk voice guidance and a remote control, while the Nokia Display Car Kit CK-600 features a removable color display and a remote control with illuminated keys for active call management. For increased mobility, Nokia also announced the sleek Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-212, as well as the Nokia Mobile Holder CR-106 and Nokia Mobile Holder CR-105 designed to complement the Nokia E71 and Nokia E66 respectively.

    Mr Wong Soon Nam, Vice President, Consumer Marketing, SingTel, said: "Our customers will enjoy a superior, cost-effective wireless email solution with SingTel's Broadband on Mobile and the new Nokia Eseries devices. These will give them a competitive edge and the ability to effortlessly retrieve important information on the move, making their office truly mobile."

    "The Nokia E71 and Nokia E66 carry the promise of the Nokia brand, which revolves around quality, reliability and usability," said Mr Golinelli, Executive Vice President, Sales, Consumer Domestic Mobile Services, Telecom Italia. "Our wide range of customers is interested in funtionality but also in design and the Nokia E71 is the right and new concept for a new way of working."

    "With the growth of corporate mobility adoption, the users' demands for new solutions and devices get stronger. The new Nokia Eseries devices, Nokia E71 and Nokia E66, attend to our consumers' different profiles and needs, due to their design and features, which fit both users' daily work and leisure moments in this connected society," said Paulo Cesar Teixeira, VP, Operations, Vivo.

    Press materials can be found at www.nokia.com/press and photos in print quality at www.nokia.com/press/photos

    The press conference video will be available on demand at http://events.nokia.com from Tuesday 17 June 2008 onwards.

    About S60
    S60 software built on Symbian OS is the world's leading smartphone software, and is licensed by some of the industry's foremost mobile device manufacturers. More than 150 million S60 devices had been shipped by all licensees by January 2008. The flexibility of the S60 software allows for various hardware designs and software configurations, as evidenced by the multitude of S60 devices already available on the market. Through its award-winning user interface, extensive support for new mobile services and the innovation potential for partner solutions, the S60 provides an open and scalable business opportunity for mobile operators and 3rd party developers. For further information and news about the S60 and the S60 community, please visit www.s60.com.

    About Nokia
    Nokia is the world leader in mobility, driving the transformation and growth of the converging Internet and communications industries. We make a wide range of mobile devices with services and software that enable people to experience music, navigation, video, television, imaging, games, business mobility and more. Developing and growing our offering of consumer Internet services, as well as our enterprise solutions and software, is a key area of focus. We also provide equipment, solutions and services for communications networks through Nokia Siemens Networks.

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    Fonte: http://www.nokia.com/A4136001?newsid=1228283
    Última edição: 16 de Junho de 2008
  9. DJ Aguero

    DJ Aguero Power Member

    Aquele E66...:004:
  10. acastro1

    acastro1 Power Member

    Finalmente :007: vou trocar o meu E65........ adoro o telemovel, mas este E66 é ainda mais fantástico.....só estou a ver um senão, não tem rádio ( mas se quiser tudo, mais vale comprar o N82):009:
  11. nunyx

    nunyx Moderator
    Staff Member

    O Nokia E71 está a rondar os €400 e pouco. :) Não me parece muito caro para aquilo que oferece. Mais tarde o preço deve descer...
  12. tmgp

    tmgp Moderador
    Staff Member

    gostava de experimentar escrever um sms no e71...
  13. nunyx

    nunyx Moderator
    Staff Member

    Segundo as reviews o teclado é bom para escrever. Deve ser devido ao facto de cada tecla ter uma saliência. Não sei até que ponto o do E61 não é melhor, mas uma coisa é certa: as dimensões do E71 devido a este teclado mais pequeno são mesmo muito boas. :D
  14. joe_le_taxi

    joe_le_taxi Power Member

    adoro o design destes novos nokias. já não dizia tal coisa desde os tempos dos 8310, 8850, 6510..
    curto meterem-lhes aço na construção destes E51, E71, E66. vamos a ver quando é que consigo investir numa brinquedo destes.. pr'a já impossível. daqui a uns mesitos que agora metem-se as férias....... :)
  15. blastarr

    blastarr Power Member

    O E71 apela-me. É quase um N95 melhorado (os megapixel a mais e o N-Gage são inúteis para mim) e com um bom equilíbrio entre o multimedia e "business".
    Quando é que isto estará no mercado por cá ? Só o vejo na ***** a rondar os 400 euros, mas queria mexer nele antes de dar o salto...
  16. tmgp

    tmgp Moderador
    Staff Member

    sim, já li que é confortável, mas o que gostava de experimentar era a nova escrita inteligente. ao contrário do t9, este funciona à pda, ou seja, é "predictive". não sei se tem o t9 à mesma ou não...

    aquele visor é um mimo para usar como gps :D
  17. nunyx

    nunyx Moderator
    Staff Member

    Deve ser como os da SE. :)

    O visor parece bom (16M cores) mas não é assim tão grande. Nem chega às 2.4".
  18. tmgp

    tmgp Moderador
    Staff Member

    o visor não deixa de ser bem melhor q o do meu n70 ;)

    mas na SE as sms tb são assim? qual o tipo de escrita que achas mais cómodo e/ou eficaz?
  19. nunyx

    nunyx Moderator
    Staff Member

    Em modelos como o M600i, P1i, G900, etc, para além do predictive text também tem a sugestão de palavras seguintes. Ou seja, podes estar a escrever algo como "guitarra" e só ter que escrever as primeiras letras porque o resto é clicar ok e aparece. :) É assim que prefiro e que penso que seja neste modelo.
  20. joe_le_taxi

    joe_le_taxi Power Member

    é como nos motorolas então. pelo menos no RAZR2 V8. e se usar várias vezes a palavra "guitarra" às tantas só preciso de meter um "g" para ele perguntar logo se quero "guitarra" :)

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