Comparison Between Two Business Focused Devices – Nokia E63 and Blackberry Pearl Flip

Nokia E63 and Blackberry Pearl Flip both are business focused mobile phones but there are some differences in features and design as well. Let me tell you what are the similarities and dissimilarities of these smartphones.

Display and Design

Nokia E63 is a colourful tablet shaped phone made of plastic that works on Symbian operating system version number 9.2 complete with series 60 3.1 software support. It is a 3G capable smartphone sporting a full QWERTY keyboard that provides fast and easy typing and two customisable home screen modes, Navi(TM) Key, Dedicated One Touch Key make it a user friendly device. It carries 126 grams weight and comes with 113 x 59 x 13 mm physical measurements. Its QVGA screen is of 2.3 inches and renders 16 million colors at 320 x 240 pixels resolution.

And if we talk about Blackberry Pearl Flip, it is a flip phone with dual display and runs over BlackBerry OS. The internal 2.6 Inch TFT LCD display supports 65k colours at 240 x 320 Pixels resolution and the external TFT LCD screen offers 128 x 160 Pixels resolution. Comparatively this one is lighter than its rival as weighs 102 grams and measures 101 x 50 x 17.5 mm. It is also exclusively designed with half QWERTY keyboard with Trackball navigation. And also it features some other special attributes like SureType® Keyboard Software and Keyboard Backlight.

Business Related Features

WLAN Wi-Fi, GPRS, EDGE, Bluetooth with A2DP and USB are common connectivity features presented on these smartphones but Nokia has made its device much powerful by adding 3G and HSCSD too. Document editor is also a common feature of these competitors but Nokia E63 also comprises MS Office 2007 support via free update. In terms of web browsing options, first one HTML, XHTML, MP, WML, CSS, Nokia browsers along with Mini Maps and second one impart HTML and RIM Wireless Modem. By using Nokia E63 you can send SMS, MMS, Instant Messaging, Email (POP3, IMAP4, Mail For Exchange & SMTP), Email with Attachment, Text to Speech Message Reader and Distribution List. On the contrary, Blackberry Pearl Flip allows SMS, MMS, Wireless Email with Attachments, Instant Messaging with Predictive Text Input.

Camera & Storage Space

Both of these smartphones bring along 2 MP camera but the functionalities are different in them. The functions of Nokia E63’s camera are Digital Zoom, LED Flash, Flash Range 1 Meter, Flash Mode (Auto, Off & Forced), CMOS Sensor etc. Whereas in Blackberry Pearl Flip it comes with Flash, Zoom, Dedicated Camera Key. Nokia’s phone bears 120 MB internal storage space and up to 16GB while its challenger has 128 MB built-in memory and up to 8 GB expansible.

Source by Faith Hill

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