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I’ve been using a Nokia E63 on-and-off for the past few weeks now. My SIM card tends to gravitate back to my iPhone, but the E63 is a solid bit of hardware. IntoMobile caught sight of Dell selling this Symbian S60 handset for $198, which includes […]

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I’ve been using a Nokia E63 on-and-off for the past few weeks now. My SIM card tends to gravitate back to my iPhone, but the E63 is a solid bit of hardware. IntoMobile caught sight of Dell selling this Symbian S60 handset for $198, which includes shipping. That’s a great unsubsidized price for a Nokia E-series QWERTY smartphone if you’re in the market.

Bear in mind that the E63 offers UMTS for data, which means your bandwidth speeds top out at 384Kbps; if you’re used to speedy EV-DO or HSDPA, you’ll miss it with the E63. For under $200, however, you’re still getting a fairly capable device.

  1. I’m having so much fun with location-based services on my N95 that I don’t think I could use a phone like the E63 without GPS.

    I’m waiting to see if AT&T lets the E71x live up to its potential, or if they’ll cripple it like they did the E62.

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  2. I’m loving the price. Too bad T-Mobile 3G isn’t supported. I suppose I will hang on to the G1 a little longer.

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  3. Too bad that the low price is not there anymore.
    http://search.dell.com/results.aspx?s=dhs&c=us&l=en&cs=19&k=nokia+e63&cat=all&x=0&y=0

    Today, mobile professionals need to manage their business and personal information, and connect with clients, colleagues, family and friends. Whether it’s a quick text message or a detailed email with attachments, … Full Description
    Starting Price $247.99
    Instant Savings $24.80
    Subtotal $223.19

    I asked the chat center and I was told the price has changed today and I should have purchased yesterday.

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    1. That’s a shame; the screen-cap I took above was done this morning so the price changed at some point during the day.

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