Editors Liked

  • Quality construction and QWERTY keyboard. Free, global GPS navigation. Low price for an unlocked smartphone
  • Quality construction and QWERTY keyboard. Free, global GPS navigation. Low price for an unlocked smartphone
  • Very comfortable to use keyapd and button system, Fluid UI, Plenty of preloaded, handy apps, Audio quality for calls and music is great
  • Build, UI, hardware, sound, -battery backup
  • Excellent Productivity Features, GPS,WiFi & 3G Support, High Value for Money Quotient, Powerful Battery, Excellent Call Quality & HandsFree
  • Loads of features for a low price; excellent build quality; good GPS; awesome battery life
  • Good price point, Comprehensive business feature set, Solid feel, Great email device
  • Rock-solid design. Easy to set up. Epic battery life
  • Good Qwerty keyboard, Flexible dual home screen arrangement, Top mounted 3.5mm headset slot, Camera flash doubles up as a torch
  • For a handset at this price, it’s great to find as many features as the Nokia E5 offers
  • Solid design; inexpensive; physical QWERTY keypad; good battery life

Editors Didn't Like

  • Dim, lowres screen. Dated OS. MicroSD card slot buried beneath the battery
  • Dim, low-res screen. Dated OS. MicroSD card slot buried beneath the battery
  • Fixed Focus camera, No hot Swap MicroSD card slot
  • Camera, no secondary camera, -
  • Average Screen, Average Camera, Difficult to Configure & Use Email over WiFi
  • It runs on Symbian
  • S60 feels dated
  • Screen is small and not suitable for web browsing, Camera is disappointing, Not much on board memory
  • The Symbian menu system is both dated and fiddlyLook and Feel
  • Dated S60 interface; third-party app support not great; camera has no autofocus feature; no support for video calls