- 2.2-inch high resolution display - Music player with MP3 and WMA support - MP3 ringtones - Speaker independent voice dialing - Voice over IP - 64 MB of onboard memory - RS-MMC memory card expansion, 64 MB card bundled - Wi-Fi 802.11g - Bluetooth dial-up networking, headset, keyboard and printing support - USB 2.0 connectivity - Microsoft Outlook synchronization via Bluetooth or USB - 3G with limited video calling - Tri-band GSM with EDGE support - 115 x 49 x 17 mm, 117 g - 4 hours of talk time, 7 days of standby
"The E60 is, to put it bluntly, a bit of a brick. Nokia calls it a "monoblock", and at 115mm by 49mm by 16.9mm and 117g, that it is. Given the Finnish company's recent experimentation with unusual phone form factors (such as the keyless 7380 and the swivel-happy 3250), it's a contrast to see a regression to the basic rectangular shape of days gone by. With its silver accents and simple silhouette, the E60 is not unattractive, but it does reflect the strictly business nature of the phone's features."
"Nokia E60 looks very elegant and sophisticated. However, the silver phone reminds me of an old VCR remote control. The big dimensions of the phone are more of an optical illusion than real bulky size. Actually, the phone feels very comfortable when held in hand and there isn't even the slightest sign of the visually perceived big size. 115 x 49 x 17 mm and 117 g seem pretty normal for E60. Interesting fact is that not everybody who sees Nokia E60 thinks that it is a high-class phone with nice design, some consider the phone looks as cheap. "
Fast user interface
Very good web browser
RS-DV-MMC memory card slot
Office documents editor
64 MB internal memory
All connectivity options: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth , Infrared, USB
"Apparently, Finland will have turned into Sahara by the time we're impressed by the size of a Nokia handset. Still, at 115 by 49 by 17 mm and 117 g, it's clear that the E60 business phone only appears excessively plank-like due to its elongated and quite angular shape. Cast one eye on its 16M colour display, and such trivialities will swiftly be forgotten; not only does it chalk up the highest resolution for a thumbboard-less business phone to date at 352 x 416 pixels, but also sports excellent, user-adjustable brightness, an ambient light sensor and - in a Nokia first - a highly welcome landscape mode."
- What's positive:
Outstanding display with landscape support; marvellous connectivity; broad software offering