Memory Card Support

Finally, e50 expected without a hardware keyboard, but with a 1.3 megapixel camera. We have already talked about models e60 and e61. Today hero of our story will be the older model e70. To read more click here: Larry Ellison. On the one hand, the presence of an alphabetic keyboard is quite powerful for camera phones, as well as support for all modern technologies promise to deliver this unit in a series top models. On the other hand, how well all this is done, how stably a smartphone, and in general – whether they are comfortable to use? Let's try to figure it out thoroughly. Appearance in contrast to his brother e61, which is due to its monstrous size might scare some of the buyers, Nokia e70 looks like the average cell phone, but the thickness of the shell in half to two times more than usual.

But this surprising, because the inside is a hardware keyboard. If your smartphone is in the folded position, the top is a button on and the main speaker, underneath the screen, function keys and a joystick, and finally numeric keypad, complete with the login button in the main menu, delete characters, and quick-change input language. In short, everything is quite standard. On the left side of the building there is a voice recorder button, if pressed briefly which the recording is an audio file of no more than a minute through an external microphone. Over a long press is voice dialing. This button is very easy to accidentally depression, but does not block it, so gradually in the device collects a large amount of 'random' sounds. Main technical characteristics of Nokia e70: Support networks – egsm 900, gsm 1800, gsm 1900 and wcdma (3GPP Release 4) Data Transfer – egprs (Class B, msc 10), gprs Multislot Class 10, wlan 802.11g, 802.11e and 802.11i, Bluetooth 2.0, wap 2.0, ir port Operating System – Symbian 9.1 Support for Java – midp 2.0 Built-in memory – 65 mb Memory Card Support – miniSD Battery – Li-Ion 1150 mAh Display – 352×416 pixels, 16 million colors Size – 117 x 53 x 22 mm Weight – 127 g