E6 Nokia

  • clock speed
    0.68
    GHz
  • RAM
    0.25
    GB
  • size
    2.5
    inches
  • resolution
    323
    ppi

Detailed Comparison

display

Size
2.5"
Resolution
640 x 480 (323 ppi)
Panel
TFT LCD
Surface
--
Video out
None

processor

System on a chip
CPU
0.68 GHz
Architecture
Single core
GPU
Architecture
RAM
0.25 GB

camera

Lens
--
Resolution
--
Sensor
Light sensitivity
--
Flash
--
Autofocus
No
Image stabilization
--
Panorama
--
Continuous shooting
--
Aperture
--
Secondary camera
0.3 MP

video

Video resolution
1280 x 720 @ 25 fps
Video file format
--
Maximum bitrate
--
Video light
--

battery

Type
Lithium-Ion (Removable)
Capacity
1,500 mA·h
Talk time
888 min
Standby time
40,320 min

music

Speaker
--
Frequency response
--
Noise level
--
Headphone
3.5 mm
Frequency response
--
Noise level
--
FM radio
Receive

form factor

Size
59 x 115.5 x 10.5 mm
Weight
133 g
Body
--
Keyboard
QWERTY keyboard
Buttons
--

software

Operating system
Symbian OS
Upgradable to
--
Custom UI
--
Onscreen keyboards
--

connectivity

Network
3.5G, HSDPA (7.2 Mb/s)
WiFi
802.11n/b/g (None)
NFC
No
Bluetooth
3.0
USB On-the-Go
--

features

Internal storage
8.34 GB
Supported card formats
microSD
Included accessories
--
SIM card
--
Special-features

sensors

Location
A-GPS
Gyroscope
No
Accelerometer
Yes
Light sensor
--
Proximity sensor
--
Compass
Yes
Thermometer
--
Barometer
--
Hygrometer
--
Showing 4 comments.
There are even more discrepancies here, the phone has wifi hotspot functionality and has adobe flash installed, I use the phone and have tested both, the functionality is OK.
There is a wrong statement about TV video output. We use the phone at our company for presentations, the phone can be plugged to a composite analogue cable, the phone end looks like a 3,5 mm handsfree jack, the other end of the cable has 3 cinches. It works nice, although doesn't compare to HDMI. However, although I haven't tested it, the phone is said to have HDMI out functionality via its micro USB port.
Blackberry curve 9360 user here also (before), i swap it to Blackberry torch 9800 then i sell it to be able to buy nokia e6, curve 9360 dont work with me too well, the battery drains in tremendous speed, also the old messages dont show, swapped to torch and still battery failed. both of this unit has poor navigation turn by turn navigation. my wife nokia e72 has good battery and can use gps even you dont have data plan. since E6 is way better than E72 according what geekaphone sees it, this is the right phone for me. 
this is Anant ......... i just  bought BB CURVE 9360 but it is having some problems so.......... should i continue with that or i should switch to the NOKIA E6......????? help me.....