Nokia launched the E63, 7510 and 1006 phones at CES. Jacqueline Evory described the E63 phone as a less costly consumer edition of Nokia's messaging-oriented E71 business phone. Priced at $279, the E63 features include a hard QWERTY keypad, 2-by-3-inch screen with 320-by-240 resolution; integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.0; an FM radio; and a 2 megapixel camera. Memory is expandable by up to 8 GB through use of a microSD slot. Users also receive 1 GB of storage on Nokia's Files on Ovi service.
Nokia's new 7510, on the other hand, is for T-Mobile USA customers, features including: messaging, e-mail; and IM; a music and video player; a speakerphone; Bluetooth; support for T-Mobile myFaves; a personal organizer; and integrated Wi-Fi for use with T-Mobile's HotSpot@Home service.
Nokia's new "simple" 1006 is a very basic phone designed for AWS markets, according to the Nokia exec.