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Following in the footsteps of other manufacturers, Nokia has raided the proverbial crayon box and released new shades for the E61i and E65. First up, the E61i gets painted a rich \"Titanium Black\" color -- possibly the nicest looking color on the QWERTY smartphone -- and the E65 gets redone in both

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October 22, 2007 at 3:07PM
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Americans looking for a little piece of the Nokia Eseries pie just had their task made a little easier today, with Nokia announcing that the QWERTY equipped E61i and E65 slider have been officially released this side of the pond. Besides showing up in the Chicago and New York flagship stores, the d

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Americans looking for a little piece of the Nokia Eseries pie just had their task made a little easier today, with Nokia announcing that the QWERTY equipped E61i and E65 slider have been officially released this side of the pond. Besides showing up in the Chicago and New York flagship stores, the d

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In a welcome, yet odd, development, Dell has started selling several high-end Nokia phones in an unlocked state via its online store. So far searches reveal that Dell is selling the Nokia N80, E61i, and E61 for around $400, and the N95 for $732. Those prices don't sound too great when compared to i

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We knew it would only be a matter of time before a Symbian fanatic would be brave enough to dissect one of Nokia's newest additions to the line-up, the E61i. Each picture shows the dismembering of the QWERTY device piece by piece. If you have a weak stomach or can't stand the sight of unprotected ha

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If you were / are a Nokia E61 fan but wished those Finns would have refined it just a bit, you're probably salivating over the E61i. Updates to the newer model include a 2 megapixel cam, a d-pad (no joystick) and a better QWERTY keyboard for your typing pleasure. If you're wanting to see a svelte E

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We had only a few brief, fleeing moments with Nokia's new powerhouse E90 mega mobile communicator, but it should come as no surprise that we liked what we saw -- a lot. Sure, it's a little mammoth, kind of like two phones sandwiched together -- but that's the price you pay for real ultimate power.

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The QWERTY device market is perhaps hotter now than it's ever been before (and that's saying a lot); far be it from Nokia to let good ol' Symbian get left out of the party. The E61i -- which we've now seen plenty of ahead of its official unveiling -- has cleared the FCC, and while we're certainly

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Not a whole lot more info than we had last time around -- in fact, zero more info for anyone keeping track -- but we haven't managed to get close to the E61i before now. No real surprises here, and this is just a dummy unit, so we don't even have any screen brightness to assess, but hey, beggers c

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Not a whole lot more info than we had last time around -- in fact, zero more info for anyone keeping track -- but we haven't managed to get close to the E61i before now. No real surprises here, and this is just a dummy unit, so we don't even have any screen brightness to assess, but hey, beggers ca

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We'd already seen some shots slip of what we'd then identified as the E62i, but thanks to sharp eyes over at All About Symbian poring over Nokia's user agent profile list, it sounds like the E61 / E62's successor may ultimately come to be known simply as the E61i. That little tidbit of information i

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