- Michael Oryl , MobileBurn
It gives business users most all of the functionality they need, as well as enough of the entertainment capabilities they want.
Reviews (4.5/10 Avg. rating)
Medium budget business smartphone
I was pleasantly surprised by this medium budget smartphone, which targets people that are looking for a cheap business phone. If the lack of a GPS receiver is not a big problem, nor the low quality camera, this might come to be more useful than E71 in terms of value for money. I would definitely recommend fans of the Eseries to try one, if they don't have money for the better and more expensive E71 version.
The main attraction of the phone is the low price compared with its technical features. Also, I would like to mention that every feature embedded worked e... Full review
Smart phone with full Qwerty keypad
Does its jobs with no fuss and at a fair wage
Whether you call Nokia E63 the economy package - or stimulus package, in the jargon of the day - you're looking at a capable business device. It brings the essential skills of the E71, and only sacrifices looks to round off that sweetly trimmed price tag. The lacking GPS comes closest to but still can't be a definite no-go. Even without it, the E63 is a strong enough offer to consider.
Besides, the E63 is not all about downgrading the E71. Whether Nokia want to expand the reach of their Enterprise lineup just like they do with the Nseries, or try to secure some mass demand for a... Full review
The E63 is yet another fast Nokia smartphone
To tell you the truth we were a bit prejudiced about the E63, since it is basically a simplified version of the E71. Still, targeted at the social crowd, doesn’t disappoint us and although the plastic body its quality is quite high. The only functional change is the lack of a GPS for navigation, and the worse camera is completely acceptable, since that of the E71 isn’t really any better. In its relatively compact body the E63 packs the high functionality of an E-series S60 smartphone with a handy hardware keyboard (even though it has some small drawbacks), making it a preferable... Full review