Nokia is known for starting the mobile phone revolution. With the entrance of the Nokia E63 in Malaysia, the start of the smartphone era was born. Everyone wanted an E63 due to its QWERTY keyboard and web browsing. Today, the Nokia E63 is still used as a supplementary phone. Find out more about the Nokia E63 in Malaysia below.
The Mobile World Congress (a.k.a MWC) 2018, one of the biggest events in the mobile industry has just recently ended last Friday in Barcelona. As we look back at the festivities, MWC this year felt a little underwhelming, probably because Samsung stole the show before the event even officially began with the launch of the Galaxy S9. Nevertheless, the show still had its fair share of highlights that is worth talking about. Hence, below are some of the most notable handsets that were seen last week.
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From the time the Nokia E63 arrived in Malaysia, we see a great number of people taking a liking to it. One of the main features that makes it so lovable is the QWERTY keyboard. Having a keyboard with rounded, popped-up keys allows for easy typing with good tactile feedback. As most phones from that era have a flat keyboard, the Nokia E63 gives a simple interface to get your messages and other communication done.
Finding a rare smartphone is like finding a rare Pokémon. It’s always exciting and you have to catch it! The Nokia E63 is just like that. Now that it’s discontinued, the Nokia E63 is such a rare phone. Although still valid in this day and age, the Nokia E63 can’t be found in stores except online. From the generation of polyphonic ringtones and 2MP cameras, the Nokia E63 thrived amongst its rivals.
We are all familiar with the Nokia E63, but let’s look at some of the specs that we loved. First, the screen size is 2.36 inches (which was huge for that era of phones). Next, the OS that the Nokia E63 runs on is the Symbian OS 9.2, Series 60 v3.1UI while the CPU is an ARM 11 369 MHz. The phone supports storage via microSD card up to 16GB while internal storage is at 120MB. With a WAP 2.0 browser and an MP3/MP4 media player, you get limited access to media.
One of the plus points about the Nokia E63 is the battery life. Even with a Li-Po 1500 mAh battery, the phone was able to last up to 11 hours of talk time and 432 hours standby! We loved the phones that lasted more than a day even with constant use. Nokia E63 came in a few colours, namely, ultramarine blue, ruby red and black. If you have a chance to find the Nokia E63 in Malaysia, you have to grab it. Don’t wait any longer. Find the best deal on the Nokia E63 and other Nokia phones from the past at iprice. Happy shopping!