The Nokia E65 was designed with the consumer in mind . It allows easy access to almost all of the key features. It sports one-touch key capabilities, and even though it does not have a front facing camera, it does allow for easy conference calling in audio only. Basically, anything can be done with the new Nokia E65. In one touch of a button, calls can be made, contact list can be accessed, pictures and videos can be taken and muting and un-muting of the mobile device.
With a stand by time of 265 hours and a call time of 6 hours, a person is assured of enjoying everything about the phone before the battery gives out. For someone who likes to keep in touch via email, this state of the art mobile phone supports emails that can be read by all the major email clients on PC or Mac. For a phone that only weighs in at a mere 115g, a person will be surprised by all of its extra features. It has a 16 million color TFT display with a resolution of 240 x 320, it supports real tones or true tone ringtones of MP3 format and polyphonic Midi files. As a key feature, the Nokia E65 uses the 3rd Edition S60 Symbian operating system as its platform.
Other features include an on-board memory of 50MB shared with the option to upgrade to Micro SD up to 2gigs. Data features include GPRS for finding easy directions to almost anywhere, HSCSD, Edge for faster internet connection, 3G, WLAN which enables Wi Fi capabilities, Bluetooth, Infrared and USB to make data transfer so much easier. You get all the messaging capabilities like SMS, MMS, email that support all out side email clients, and even instant messaging. There is also an internet browser that supports HTML, Java games, and a 2-megapixel camera with all of the pre-installed software that will ever be needed.
In spite of a couple of flaws in design, the Nokia E65 slider offers many productivity tools and wireless options in an excellent Symbian voice-centric smart phone.