Nokia E50 business device for mobile professionals

May 19, 2006
Nokia E50
Nokia E50

Nokia today announced the latest addition to the Nokia Eseries family of business devices, the Nokia E50.

With excellent voice, email and data capabilities, the Nokia E50 offers enterprises a cost-efficient way to extend mobility to a broader range of employees, enabling them to access company telephony and business applications whenever required. Just as importantly the globally-viable Nokia E50 device is easily and securely managed by a company's IT department through Intellisync Device Management solution.

With classic Nokia design, the small, sleek, and stylish Nokia E50 is also designed for people who want a single phone for both business and leisure use. For example, the device comes equipped with pre-installed business applications, exceptional voice and calling functionality, and the ability to have two phone numbers in one phone, while lifestyle features include an MP3 player and optionally a 1.3 mega pixel camera all packaged in a discreet glossy metallic case with a touch of color.

Built on S60 3rd edition smartphone platform and Symbian OS for enhanced security features and device control, the Nokia E50 supports popular corporate mobile email solutions, including Intellisync Wireless Email by Nokia, BlackBerry Connect, Visto Mobile, Altexia, and Microsoft ActiveSync. The thinnest Nokia Eseries quad-band phone (EGSM 850/900/1800/1900), the Nokia E50 supports GSM networks worldwide, offering clear phone calls and rich voice and calling functionalities. With up to six hours of talk time, the Nokia E50 offers significantly high battery performance for such a small phone.

"Nokia is committed to helping companies realize the full potential of mobility for a variety of employee needs," said Antti Vasara, senior vice president, Mobile Devices, Enterprise Solutions, Nokia. "By designing our enterprise offering of robust and easy-to-use devices, solutions and services to address the entire spectrum of mobility requirements, we are helping businesses to mobilize and manage the entire employee base," he continues.

Source: Nokia

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