The E6 is envisaged to be a revolutionary force in Nokia’s business phones. This smartphone provides a unique feature, namely Nokia’s updated OS, Symbian Anna.
The Nokia E6 is a practical solution for both business and personal users. It is a descendant of the Nokia E71 and E72, both of which feature a QWERTY keyboard. This device has been crafted with a stainless steel body, resulting in a durable and professional aesthetic. The Nokia E6 is a perfect combination of the classic features of its predecessors and modern design elements.
The ergonomic design ensures a comfortable user experience. Additionally, the Symbian Anna update provides a modernized operating system. The partnership with Microsoft has enabled the device to offer dependable features that facilitate business tasks, anytime and anywhere.
Apart from the E6, there is the X7 which was simultaneously launched as the newest smartphone that uses the same operating system. The E6 and X7 were both recently launched as the latest in smartphone technology, running an upgraded version of the Symbian S60 5th Edition operating system. This release, known as Anna, shows that Nokia is still using Symbian even though Microsoft has come out with Windows 7. They are still working on it. Google’s Android platform is of no worry to Nokia, as new software updates are sure to maintain customer loyalty, including a virtual keyboard and improved scrolling.
Android’s wide range of features, managed by Google, does not compromise Nokia’s success and current market standing. Anna, Nokia is confident that their latest Symbian update will help to keep their customers, with new features such as a virtual keyboard when the device is in portrait position, and smoother scrolling.
This section underwent significant modifications. The icon has a more rounded shape than in the preceding version. Furthermore, new themes have been implemented that add a fresh feel. The home screen is equipped with a 2.4-inch display with a resolution of 640 x 480 pixels and a color depth of 16 million. Part of the screen is covered in Gorilla Glass, which is purported to be resistant to scratches from hard objects, including car keys. In total, five screens may be customized with widgets, shortcuts, and folders.