Nokia E50

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Nokia E50
NokiaE50.jpg
Manufacturer Nokia
Compatible networks EGSM 850/900/1800/1900
Successor Nokia E51
Form factor Candybar
Dimensions 113 × 43.5 × 15.5 millimeters
Weight 104 g (0.229 lb)
Operating system S60 3rd edition on Symbian OS v9.1
CPU ARM 9 @ 235 MHz
Memory 70 MB (internal)
Removable storage MicroSD
Battery BL-5C (970 mAh) or BL-6C (1150 mAh)
Display 2.06 in, 31×42 mm, 240×320 pixels, Active Matrix, 262,144 colours
Rear camera 1,280×960 pixels (1.3-megapixel), 4× digital zoom
Connectivity USB Mass Storage via Pop-Port, Bluetooth 2.0, Infrared
Nokia E50 in hand
Nokia E50 Metal Black

The Nokia E50 Business Device is a bar-style monoblock quad-band smartphone from Nokia announced 18 May 2006[1] as part of the Eseries, intended primarily for the corporate business market. It includes sophisticated e-mail support for Nokia’s Intellisync Wireless Email, BlackBerry Connect, Visto Mobile, Activesync Mail for Exchange, Altexia as well as IMAP4. It also has the ability to view Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel attachments, and PDF documents but it cannot be used for editing these without additional apps. An application manager downloads, removes and installs both Nokia and third-party applications. Device to device synchronization is possible with Data transfer application. Features include EDGE, Bluetooth 2.0, a 1,280 × 960 pixels (1.3-megapixel) camera, a MicroSD memory-card slot, and digital music and video player functionality through RealPlayer and Flash Player. This unit does not support UMTS, Wi-Fi, or FM radio.

It uses the third edition of the Series 60 user-interface (S60v3) and the Symbian operating system version 9.1. It is not binary compatible with software compiled for earlier versions of the Symbian operating system.

Versions[edit]

Check firmware

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V 07.36.0.0[2]

  • Nokia model E50-1 / RM-170 (with camera)
  • Nokia model E50-2 / RM-171 (without camera)
  • Nokia model E50 Metal Black, available in selected markets.[3]

Specifications sheet[edit]

Feature Specification
Form factor Candybar / Monoblock
Operating System Symbian OS (9.1) + Series 60 v3
GSM frequencies 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
GPRS Yes, class 10
EDGE (EGPRS) Yes, class 10
3G No
UMTS/WCDMA No
WLAN/WiFi No
PG.R.S. support Yes
Main screen Active Matrix, 262 144 colours, 240 × 320 pixels, adjustable brightness
Camera (optional) 1,280 × 960 pixels (1.3-megapixel), 4x digital zoom
Video recording Yes 176 × 144 or 128 × 96, 15 frames per second, up to one hour
Voice recording Yes
Multimedia Messaging Yes
Video calls No
Push to talk Yes (Push to Talk over Cellular – PoC)
Java support Yes, MIDP 2.0
Built-in memory 70 MB
Memory card slot Yes, MicroSD/TransFlash max. 2 GB
Hot Swappable Memory card slot Yes
Bluetooth Yes v2.0 + EDR
Infrared Yes
USB Mass Storage Yes, via Pop-Port
Data cable support Yes
Browser WAP 2.0 XHTML / HTML. Comes standard with a full Nokia Mini Map Browser
Email Yes
Music player Yes, stereo
Radio FM No
Video Player Yes
Stereo Speakers No
Ringtones Yes, Polyphonic, Monophonic, MP3, True Tones
Vibrate Yes
HandsFree (HF) speakerphone Yes
Offline/Flight mode Yes
Battery BL-5C (970 mAh) or BL-6C (1,150 mAh)
Talk time 6.8 / 8 hours
Standby time 9 days / 10 days
Weight 104 grams
Dimensions 113 × 43.5 × 15.5 millimeters
Availability Q3 2006
Else Nokia PC Suite

BT profiles[edit]

Audio
  • AVCTP-CT (Audio/Video Control Transport Protocol Controller)
  • AVCTP-TG (Audio/Video Control Transport Protocol Target)
  • AVRCP-TG (Audio Video Remote Control TG)
  • GAVDP-ACP (Generic Audio/Video Distribution Profile Acceptor)
  • GAVDP-INT (Generic Audio Video Distribution Initiator)
  • HandsFree-AG (1.0) (HandsFree Audio Gateway)
  • Headset-AG (Headset Audio Gateway)
  • SIM Access-Server
File transfer
  • FT-Server (File Transfer Server)
Photo
  • BIP-ImagePush (Basic Imaging)
Generic
  • GAP (Generic Access)
Internet/LAN
  • DUN-GW (Dial-Up Networking Gateway)
  • PAN-AP (Personal Area Networking Access Point)
  • PAN-Group
Serial communication
  • Serial-DevA
  • Serial-DevB
Control
  • HID-Host (Human Interface Device Host)
Business card
  • OPP Client (Object Push Profile)
  • OPP Server

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