Nokia's new smartphones

Nokia unveiled a number of new smartphones at the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona last week. See all the new models here, and find out what each has to offer.

Nokia's new E series models
Nokia has added three new models to its E series of business-focused smartphones: the Nokia E61i, the Nokia E90 Communicator and the Nokia E65.

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Nokia E65
The Nokia E65 offers business users a new option in terms of design, as it's a slider phone. It has a 32-bit colour display, and there's a new one-touch key on the front that gives you quick access to frequently used applications.

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Active Standby screen
In addition to the one-touch key, the Nokia E65 also has a new feature called Active Standby that lets you organise the Home screen with your favourite programs.

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Nokia E61i
Although it's similar to the Nokia E61 and the Nokia E62, the Nokia E61i has a new keyboard design and an upgraded 2-megapixel camera.

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E-mail friendly
The E61i supports a number of email solutions, including Nokia Intellisync, Good Mobile Messaging, Mail for Exchange, Seven mobile email and BlackBerry Connect. You can also edit documents with this workhorse smartphone.

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Nokia E90 Communicator
A much-needed upgrade to the Nokia 9300, the E90 now joins the E-series family and upgrades to the S60 platform, giving you access to more mobile applications.

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Easy as 1, 2, 3
The Nokia E90 Communicator keeps the same overall design of its predecessor: the candy-bar-style phone still opens up to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard.

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Feature-packed
The E90 is a full-featured smartphone that manages to pack in robust email capabilities, PIM tools, integrated Wi-Fi, GPS, an FM radio, a media player and a 3.2-megapixel camera. The E90 is expected to ship during the second quarter.

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Nokia N77
A new addition to the N series, the Nokia N77 adds support for DVB-H technology, which brings live TV to phones.

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TV on the move
The N77 sports a 2.4in., 32-bit-colour flat screen for easy viewing, and there's a dedicated TV button right on the device. In addition, you can browse a program guide and set up reminders to tell you when a show is starting.

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Nokia 6110 Navigator
If you're constantly travelling or are somewhat directionally challenged, the Nokia 6110 Navigator might be for you. This quad-band smartphone is equipped with built-in GPS as well as AGPS (Assisted Global Positioning System), and it comes with local maps preinstalled on a memory card.

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Travel-friendly design
The Nokia 6110 has a nice slider design and a one-touch navigator key.

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For use on foot...
The Nokia 6110's compact size makes it easy to use for navigation while on foot. The 6110 offers all the navigation tools you'd expect in today's GPS devices, including text- and voice-guided turn-by-turn directions, real-time tracking, points of interest and various options for route creation.

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...or in the car
An optional car mount will be available. The Nokia 6110 is slated for release during the second quarter.

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