- Ricky Cadden , MobileBurn
The Nokia E66 is a serious business phone, with an eye towards multimedia.
Reviews (7/10 Avg. rating)
More of an all-round device than strictly a business tool
To begin with the upgrader's point of view, we'd say a jump from E65 to the E66 is totally worth it. The phone has improved in nearly every area compared to its predecessor and addresses most of its issues. The price tag is still slightly on the steep side but we guess it will be a great bargain in no time. And even as it stands now, the Nokia E66 still is a great purchase.
Maximizing the reach with one and the same styling and feature sets used across different form factor is no news in the industry. Think Nokia 6500 classic and slide, or the Samsung Soul lineup, if you will. Wi... Full review
Serious business phone, with an eye towards multimedia
The Nokia E66 is a serious business phone, with an eye towards multimedia. The 3.2 megapixel camera with autofocus, built-in GPS receiver, and accelerometer are big news on this small smartphone. Nokia has put together quite a few small upgrades, such as the Contacts, Calendar, and dual-Active Standby screens that make things really convenient. However, the 2.5mm audio port and annoying camera button really wore on me through the review, and the default icons simply look too dated. Given that these are somewhat nit-picky, we at MobileBurn still give the E66 a 'Highly Recommended' rating bec... Full review
Functionally almost identical to the N78
The smoked chrome accents and glass buttons on Nokia's newest business handset make you wonder what kind of business, exactly, the Finns had in mind when they designed the thing. Maybe this is the phone the high-class-escort set has been clamoring for.
Working girls (and guys -- hey we're equal opportunity here) will certainly appreciate what we in the lab have taken to calling the "mullet button" (actual name: switch mode). This feature of the S60 refresh (3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1) allows your mobile to toggle between two separate screen modes. Keep the first one full of all... Full review