Pictures showing a Nokia E6-00 handset running Symbian 3 have emerged online, confirming the existence and approaching release of this messaging-centric mobile.
The E6-00 is set to feature a full QWERTY keypad and a design which harks back to the E72, making it yet another solid addition to Nokia’s enterprise range.
At first glance, the E6-00 certainly resembles something that might be added to the BlackBerry range by Research in Motion, perhaps due to the liberal use of black in its construction.
With Symbian 3 onboard, there is a chance that the E6-00 will feature a touchscreen display to go with its QWERTY keypad, according to My Nokia Blog.
The typical array of homescreens and personalisation options should be making their way to the E6-00, although at the moment little more is known about the phone and its specs remain a relative mystery.
Decent connectivity in the form of Wi-Fi and HSDPA is expected, as is a current generation processor based on ARM technology, although this is pure speculation until Nokia gives it an official launch.
Although Symbian is no longer going to be at the forefront of Nokia’s smartphone range, business users will still be keen to see the E6-00 hit the market in time for their next upgrade.