Nokia's mission for the forward-facing, messaging-centric QWERTY market (think Blackberry)? Take the best selling E71/E63/E72 concept, interpret it in 2010 design language, beef up the internals and try to sell it for as low a price as possible while making as few compromises as possible. The result of that tricky challenge is the E5, announced way back in April but, surprisingly, not available until now. Here's my full Nokia E5 review - grab a hot drink and settle down for a (hopefully) good read!
"Screen (and, arguably, volume buttons) aside, Nokia has made generally good decisions in constructing the E5. There's a lot to like, not least the re-introduction of Internet Radio and Podcasting to the Eseries range, plus a whole raft of other service widgets and clients - an E5 buyer is not going to be short of ideas for what to connect to."