Nokia E50

Clad in a metallic black or a silver outer casing, the Nokia E50 is a compact candy-bar style monoblock quad-band smartphone measuring 4.4 x 1.7 x 0.6 inches and weighing just 3.7 ounces.

The Nokia E50 was publically introduced on May 18, 2006 as part of Nokia’s Eseries which is for the most part intended for the corporate business and small enterprise markets but it has also been attracting private individuals.  Among many of its high-tech features, the Nokia E50 includes a highly developed e-mail support for Nokia’s Intellisync Wireless Email, the BlackBerry Connect, Visto Mobile, Activesync Mail for Exchange as well as Altexia with the capability to view Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel and PDF attachments.

Key features included in the design of Nokia E50 are:

  • Internal flash memory – 70 MB
  • External memory – MicroSD card slot, up to 2 GB
  • Battery – BL-5C (970 mAh) or BL-6C (1150 mAh) allowing up to 8 hours of talk time and up to 10 days of standby time
  • Camera – 1.3 megapixel, 4x digital zoom
  • Display screen – High resolution 240 x 320, 2.1 inch diagonal, Active Matrix, 144 colors
  • Operating system – Symbian OS (9.1), Series 60 v3
  • Connectivity – USB Mass Storage via Pop-Port, Bluetooth 2.0, Infrared

Later versions of the Nokia E50 are the Nokia E50-1/RM-170 with a built in camera and the Nokia E50-2 / RM-171 without a camera.