Nokia E70

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Nokia E70
Nokia e70 auki.jpg
Manufacturer Nokia
Compatible networks 900, 1800 and 1900 MHz GSM (E70-1) or 850, 1800 and 1900 MHz GSM (E70-2), Class 10 GPRS, Class B MSC 10 EDGE (EGPRS), UMTS/WCDMA (E70-1 only)
Availability by country May 2006
Dimensions 117×53×22 mm (4.61×2.09×0.87 in)
Weight 127 g (4.5 oz) with battery BL-6C
CPU 220 MHz ARM9
Memory 64 MB built-in
Removable storage MiniSD card
Display 352×416 pixels, 262K colors[1]
Rear camera 2.0-megapixel
Connectivity IEEE 802.11b/g wireless LAN, Bluetooth v1.2, infrared, data cable included

The Nokia E70 is a candybar/fold keyboard type smartphone from the Eseries range, announced in October 2005 and released in May 2006 at a cost of approximately $500 with prices in July 2007 around $345. There are two models of this phone, the E70-1 for the world market with tri-band (900, 1800, 1900 MHz) GSM and UMTS, and the E70-2 for the Americas with tri-band (850, 1800, 1900 MHz) GSM and EDGE packet data capability. Both models use the S60 platform 3rd Edition on top of Symbian OS version 9.1.

The E70 is the business version/successor to the Nokia 6800 series (6800, 6810, 6820 and 6822).

Key features[edit]

Nokia E70
  • Speaker-independent voice calls and commands
  • Speech synthesis mode for visually impaired
  • Mini QWERTY fold-out keyboard
  • Polyphonic tones and MP3 playback
  • 35×42 mm display
  • Vibrating alert
  • HF speakerphone
  • Offline mode
  • 117×53×22 mm (4.61×2.09×0.87 in)
  • 1.01 W/kg (type RM-10), 0.90 W/kg (type RM-24) SAR-Rating

The Nokia E70 is aimed at the high-end professional market. The 16 million color screen has a 352×416 pixel (totalling 146,432 pixels) resolution, and the E70 is capable of GSM, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. The SIP VoIP functionality will currently not work through a firewall or most router configurations. Nokia has made a statement that they are working on implementing STUN (originally planned for 2006 but only available for E70-1 as of April 2012), TURN and ICE (also planned for 2007 but not available as of June 2008).

As well, the advanced Bluetooth capabilities of the phone, capable of connecting to up to six devices simultaneously, lacks A2DP support.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Technical specifications

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