Ain’t it gorgeous?

Nokia E51 has just been unveiled a few days ago, coming as a pleasant surprise from this producer. The phone looked great and showed some pretty impressive specifications, as it is capable of playing the role of both a fixed and a mobile device. Some spy pictures have just surfaced to show people what they should expect to see once the handset hits the market.

The real look of Nokia E51 has been seen before too, when the mobile phone received its FCC approval. It looked rather dusty at that point and looked more as a low end device, but now that Nokia is preparing for a release on the market for this device, a shiny and clean face of the handset surfaces.

The device looks elegant and extra slim, although it bears the classic Nokia look that this producer has gotten us used to seeing in many of its products until now. Its dimensions are of 114.8 x 46 x 12 mm and 100 grams, in which the producer has managed to pack most of the high end performances out there.

Nokia E51 has all the evolved capabilities for reliable data transfers, such as GPRS, HSCSD, EDGE, 3G through HSDPA and Wi-Fi too. Even more, connectivity is available through Bluetooth, Infrared and USB. There’s nothing more to desire when it comes to this type of services, because Nokia E51 has got them all.

The phone runs on Symbian OS 9.1, S60 and is also capable of bringing email and instant messaging as alternatives to the old fashion mobile communication. The 130 MB of internal memory is increased by the microSD card that brings all the data storage space that the user might need.

Still, the most important aspect that Nokia E51 has to bring is the fact that it can be used both as a fixed and mobile phone at the same time. This should help its user to save a lot of money and choose the most reliable communication solutions available.

The phone looks great live, just as good as in the official ones and should be available in stores until the end of this year. It will come at an unsubsidized retail price of approximately 350 EUR.

[Via Softpedia]

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