Nokia E63 Now at Rs.10900

By December 29th, 2009 AT 4:24 PM

Nokia India the largest mobile phone giant has just delivered word that the E63 is now available at more affordable price in India. Nokia announced the price reduction for its E Series device Nokia E63 which is now available at M.R.P of Rs.10900. The more extroverted sibling of the E71, the E63 is making its stateside debut in Nokia’s flagship stores across India.

Keenly focused on championing its talents as a social networking and professional messaging device, the Nokia E63 has adopted the key talents of the E71, but slimmed down on the feature list, enabling it to launch at such a reduced price.

The Nokia E63 is an E series messaging device with a full QWERTY keyboard designed for comprehensive messaging and Internet experience. Nokia E63 has two customizable home screens, which let users switch easily between business and personal applications. Other features include E series one-touch keys, intelligent input (including auto-correction, auto-completion and learning ability), Nokia Calendar & Contacts, Nokia Maps, a 2-megapixel camera, FM Radio, music player and e-mail support, including Mail for Exchange among others.

Nokia E63 support EDGE GSM 850/900/1800 and 3G (WCDMA) network. The E63 is available dipped in pots of Ultramarine Blue and Ruby Red; it’s virtually identical to the E71.

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Nokia India Limited I shocked to bring it to your knowledge that, I had purchased a Nokia E-63 Model black Handset IMEI NO 356939033625335 from your Authorized Dealer M/s Phoneshop Lifestyle (I) Pvt Ltd.1 Sunswept Apartment,lokandwala Complex,andheri(W),Mumbai-400053 vide Invoice No A-2307/09-10 dated 28/11/2009.The handset was given to me from the unsealed pack & some how your Dealer has convinced me that the handset is OK. After using hardly 2 months period handset getting switched off frequently. I complained the same to your Dealer personally & in tern he has directed me to After Market Franchise at Goregoan Nokia Care. To… Read more »

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