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how does nokia E5 varies from other blackberry mobiles???

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he Nokia E5 has slight resemblance to any of its ancestors, its different and its a a bit ugly. Some may think its cute, some may just accept the way it is. But i don’t find the phone attractive. But E5 is brilliantly designed, those curved edges feel comfortable to hold, while making it easier for trouble free texting or while providing any other input. The device feels solid, though most of it is purely made up of plastic. It weighs around 126grams. Comes in 5 colors – Carbon Black, Sky Blue, Silver Grey, Copper Brown and chalk white. The E5 has 2.36” QVGA display, has a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels and supports 256000 colors (that’s a lot lesser than E72’s 16,700,000 screen colors) which is one of its biggest disadvantage. It doesn’t convince your eyes. But for the given price, you can totally live with it. You can find the Screen, Ambient light sensor on top right, Qwerty keypad, four way D-pad. Also Call and End/Power button, two short-cut keys (home and messaging) on the front. And a uncomfortable volume rocker. It has a 3.5mm audio jack on the top accompanied by a microUSB port (data transfer and charging) on the left spine. There is a 5MP Fixed Focus camera at the back of the device. Below the battery are two trays, one for the SIM card and the other for microSDHC card. Yes, not hotswappable.
Posted: 21-02-2012 @ 17:48:55
nokia e5 beacuase the e5 has a 5mp camera with flash unlike the bb which has a 2mp camera without flash the e5 supports 3g meaning that internet browsing through the network will be much faster it also supports 3.75g which has a capabilty of 20+mbps unlike the bb which only supports to 2g and has a max speed of about 2mbps the nokia e5 has rubberised buttons so typing will be quiter and faster while the bb makes a clickty sound
Posted: 07-09-2011 @ 17:12:53
ek runs on Symbian operating system but blackberry runs on BlackBerry OS
Posted: 25-08-2011 @ 19:33:56
it varies in many aspects like in keyboard blackberry is best in surfing nokia is good in sensors blackberry. from my point of view blackberry is best to buy.
Posted: 26-05-2011 @ 16:46:26
For Browsing the web via a browser or using the internet connection via any installed application. On the Nokia you have access to 3G + Wifi (E61) On the Blackberry you have GPRS, try browsing the web or downloading heavy attachments with just a GPRS connection. For travel, you can use an unlocked Nokia phone; I don’t know of unlocked Blackberries that work on another network. That’s not the way the system works. For applications, the Symbian platform has many more rich applications and clients. Blackberry far fewer. For VoiP calling, Symbian is the only way to go between the two. With a Symbian phone, you only need a data connection, with a Blackberry you may need a data connection + Blackberry connect service or just the Blackberry service which can be more expensive (this varies by carrier).
Posted: 25-05-2011 @ 16:55:21
in every aspect like firmware, response of keyboard, sensors, speed of net, etc. better to opt blackberry.
Posted: 25-05-2011 @ 15:35:51
It varies on the basis of body , touch screen and colour
Posted: 25-05-2011 @ 15:30:32