Nokia E5 smartphone

Nokia E5 review: A QWERTY-equipped smartphone for business and leisure

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Specifications:

Digital camera features
Camera resolution (megapixels)
5.0
Digital zoom
3x
Sensor type
CMOS
Display
Screen resolution
320x240
Screen size
2.36
Display aspect ratio
16:9
GPS
Maps
Australia
Input
Keyboard type
Full QWERTY
Mobile phone features
Form factor
Candy bar
Mobile phone networks
Mobile phone networks
Optus, Virgin Mobile
Network bands
1800MHz (2G), 1900MHz (2G), 850MHz (3G) - Telstra Next G, 900MHz (2G)
Size and weight
Weight
126g
Height
115mm
Width
59mm
Depth
13mm
Software
Operating system
Symbian S60
Storage
Supported memory media
microSD
Warranty
Warranty length (months)
12
Wired connections
Wired Terminals / Ports
3.5mm headphone jack, USB 2.0
Wireless connections
Bluetooth
Yes
Wi-Fi (wireless networking)
Yes
Wireless technology supported
Bluetooth 2.0
*Specifications are subject to change without notice. While every attempt has been made by IDG Communications in the production of these specifications, possible errors or omissions may still occur. IDG Communications neither assumes legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of any product specifications supplied.

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