Finnish phone maker Nokia has unveiled their new Qwerty keyboard based E6 is now available to be purchased, along with being shipped with the update to their Symbain^3 operating system known as Anna.
Nokia’s E6 builds on from the existing BlackBerry-esque E71 and E7 models, where the handset arrives with 2.46-inch TFT LCD 640x480 touch screen – which is the first time a touch screen has appeared alongside a Qwerty business keyboard, in the Nokia series.
The new ‘Anna’ OS from Nokia arrives with the new icons, improved text input, faster browser and updated Ovi maps, all of which will be made available to the existing N8, E7, C7 and C6-01 Symbian^3 phones.
The E6 boasts other corporate features that are now becoming standard in the ‘E’ series models, such as the Microsoft communicator mobile, with access to MS Exchange and Sharepoint servers, in addition to 8GB of internal storage.
Nokia’s Symbian Anna tips up with a host of usability enhancements, such as split-screen viewing of messages, webpages and maps, along with a virtual portrait Qwerty keypad, faster page downloading whilst web surfing and new search and public transport routes inside of Ovi maps.
The E6 is available now from the Nokia Online Shop for £349, along with being purchasable from Carphone Warehouse, Phones 4 U and Vodafone.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com