Nokia E55 – Simply Amazing

The Nokia E55 is an elegant looking mobile phone that has been announced just this February of 2009. Here are the different characteristic of the handset that would definitely amaze us:

It comes with a huge 2.4inch TFT screen that can display up to sixteen million colours, and has a display resolution of two hundred and forty pixels by three hundred and twenty pixels. It also comes with a half QWERTY keyboard, so users would have an easy time typing in their messages.

The Nokia E55 only measures one hundred and sixteen mm in height by forty nine mm in width, and only nine mm in deep; it only weighs ninety eight grams. It is a therefore a very slim phone, and these dimensions make this handset very easy to hold, as well as very light weight.

This handset has an internal memory of sixty megabytes and comes with an expandable memory card slot that can support up to sixteen gigabytes of additional storage, using a micro SD memory card.

It also comes with a 3.5 mm audio jack for users to be able to plug in compatible head phones.

The Nokia E55 comes with EDGE technology for users to be able to have quick and easy file transfers. Users would be able to do file sharing as well via Bluetooth connectivity and USB connectivity.

It also comes with a built in web browser with WLAN Wi-Fi capability that enables the user to be able to be connected to the internet wirelessly.

The 3.2 megapixel camera of this mobile phone has an LED flash feature that enables the user to capture pictures and videos, even Draw An International Business Plan if the subject is in dark surroundings. The built-in camera also allows the user to enjoy high quality picture and videos.

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The Nokia E55 runs under Symbian What Is Business Management Course Operating System S60 rel.3.2.

Users are allowed to create, send and receive simple text messages, multimedia messages with pictures and sounds and email messages.

The built-in compass is a plus as well, for it can tell users where they are, and they can avoid getting lost while they are travelling.