A few weeks after the E71’s release, Nokia announces a lower end enterprise phone – the Nokia E63 which is basically the same in most respects except for its slightly less conservative form factor. As seen above, the Nokia E63 resembles much of the E71 and is in fact cheaper by a mile – only P14,200 whereas the E71 retails between P19,500 to P22,000. The main difference between the two is really more on the form factor and “lower end” 2.0MP camera – which is really relative as the E71 comes with a 3.2MP camera.
Who said cheaper meant worse specs? The E63 comes with support for 3.5mm headsets while my E71 supports 2.5mm connectivity – I’d need to use an adapter to use regular earphones. Bluetooth, WiFi, Share on Ovi, a really good browser, and fast UI make this phone a definite winner if you don’t need HSDPA! More specs available here.
The Nokia E63 is available NOW for only P14,200. This is the most affordable mass market enterprise level phone of Nokia and I don’t see any reason why you shouldn’t consider it for Christmas.
11 replies on “Nokia E63 retails for P14,200 in the Philippines”
I want one for Christmas! 😀
Iiiiiinteresting. If it has 3G, then it’s as good as mine.
wow..that cheap?!? me likey!!
I love the wifi feature. Duly noted, meaning if I buy this, there will be lots of unhappy grandchildren this Christmas. Hehehe…Thanks for visiting my blog.
Oooops, I meant godchildren. Pero puede na rin grandchildren. Who cares right? hahaha
No 3G? Dammit, dealbreaker sakin yan. I was hoping to get this phone since it’s cheaper than the E71. Say Jayvee, do you happen to know kung gaano katagal kaya mag-record ang E63?
You fail! You WON one? I’ve always wanted a QWERTY phone! Inggit!
Thanks for the tip Jayvs! 😉
WOW, it looks like the Blackberry curve! Hubby has that and I got the older models of the Blackberry, but would love to get that one above! How come they don’t make those phones here??
Mike — to answer your question, recording for E63 is up to 1 hour