Nokia's just dropped the E63 onto the scene, based on the E71,
and aimed at bringing "the QWERTY keyboard form factor to a broader
audience at a great price" according to Nokia itself. The skinny
BlackBerry-alike candybar is also designed to meet the needs of a
business phone and personal phone in one device, switching between
corporate email/calendar mode and personal email/websites/photo mode.
It also comes with 1GB of cloud file storage on Ovi so users will
always have access to some of their files, and has Wi-Fi connectivity.
We also know it has a camera, 3.5-mm audio jack and is in blue or red
but Nokia's not revealed much else about its innards. Debuting in
Europe for around $250.
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