Nokia E62 details revealed

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PhoneScoop have put up a news piece delving into the FCC database, revealing a stripped down Nokia E61, dubbed the E62, without 3G/Wi-Fi or Pop-Port (mini USB instead). The phone operate on the 850/1900 GSM bands and appears to be aimed at the US market. External photos available here, and the manual here.

The UAProf (a document describing the device in a machine readable format) for this device gives some hints for the specifications:

  • Symbian 9.1 and S60 3.0

  • Data Bearer (connectivity): GPRS and EDGE

  • Bluetooth 1.2 with General Access Profile, Serial Port Profile, Headset Profile, Handsfree Profile, Dial-up Networking Profile, Object Push Profile, File Transfer Profile, Basic Imaging Profile, Human Interface Device Profile, Sim Access Profile, General Access Profile and General Object Exchange Profile.

  • 240 x 320, TFT, 256,000 (18 bits) colours screen.

The manual reveals other highlights:

  • Support for Push email (Nokia Business, Intellisync, Visto, Seven, Exchange, Blackberry).

  • USB Mass Storage Mode (see your phone as a hard disk on your PC).

  • IP Passthrough support.

  • 1500 mAh Battery

  • Viewing and editing of Word, Excel and Powerpoint documents through Quickoffice.

  • Viewing PDF documents.

  • Screen Export feature allow you to to show the device's screen via a compatiable projector (and thus run Powerpoint Presentations from the device using this feature and Quickoffice).

  • Zip Manager for creating and opening ZIP files.

  • Print feature allowing to print out documents and messages.

  • Voice aid feature allowing you to control profiles, contacts, and start applications with your voice as well as asking your phone to tell you the time or dial a number with your voice.

  • Vanity dialing - use letters in the dial number (e.g. 1800-FLOWERS).

  • ProTour 3D Gold Game.

  • Music player with support for MP3, AAC, AAC and eAAC .

  • Flash Player for running Flash Lite animation, videos and applications.

  • Positioning Application which (with operator support) receives and show local information such as Traffic or Weather. Positioning can use Network location information or Bluetooth GPS location information.

  • Navigation Application which uses a Bluetooth GPS to display location information.