Nokia E63 prices in Singapore

Nokia is known for starting the mobile phone revolution. With the entrance of the Nokia E63 in Singapore, the start of the smartphone era was born. Everyone wanted an E63 due to its QWERTY keyboard and web browsing. Today, the Nokia E63 is still used as a supplementary phone. Find out more about the Nokia E63 in Singapore below.

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Nokia E63 Specs

Nokia E63 Specs

Release Date in Singapore
DateJan 2009
Display diagonal5.99 cm (2.36")
Display resolution320 x 240 pixels
Display number of colours16.78 million colours
Weight & dimensions
Weight126 g
Width113 mm
Depth59 mm
Height13 mm
Data networkcsd,wcdma
Bluetooth version2.0+EDR
Built-in flash
Zoom capability
Rear camera resolution1600 x 1200 pixels
Video capture resolution (max)320 x 240 pixels
Sensor typeCMOS
Built-in camera
Battery technologyLithium Polymer (LiPo)
Battery capacity1500 mAh
Talk time (2G)11 h
Standby time (2G)432 h
Form factorBar
Colour of productBlue
FM radio
Voice codecsEFR, FR

Nokia E63 in Singapore

The QWERTY keyboard

From the time the Nokia E63 arrived in Singapore, we see a great number of people taking a liking to it. One of the main features that makes it so lovable is the QWERTY keyboard. Having a keyboard with rounded, popped-up keys allows for easy typing with good tactile feedback. As most phones from that era have a flat keyboard, the Nokia E63 gives a simple interface to get your messages and other communication done.

A rare Nokia appears!

Finding a rare smartphone is like finding a rare Pokémon. It’s always exciting and you have to catch it! The Nokia E63 is just like that. Now that it’s discontinued, the Nokia E63 is such a rare phone. Although still valid in this day and age, the Nokia E63 can’t be found in stores except online. From the generation of polyphonic ringtones and 2MP cameras, the Nokia E63 thrived amongst its rivals.

Specs that you loved

We are all familiar with the Nokia E63, but let’s look at some of the specs that we loved. First, the screen size is 2.36 inches (which was huge for that era of phones). Next, the OS that the Nokia E63 runs on is the Symbian OS 9.2, Series 60 v3.1UI while the CPU is an ARM 11 369 MHz. The phone supports storage via microSD card up to 16GB while internal storage is at 120MB. With a WAP 2.0 browser and an MP3/MP4 media player, you get limited access to media.

One of the plus points about the Nokia E63 is the battery life. Even with a Li-Po 1500 mAh battery, the phone was able to last up to 11 hours of talk time and 432 hours standby! We loved the phones that lasted more than a day even with constant use. Nokia E63 came in a few colours, namely, ultramarine blue, ruby red and black. If you have a chance to find the Nokia E63 in Singapore, you have to grab it. Don’t wait any longer. Find the best deal on the Nokia E63 and other Nokia phones from the past at iprice. Happy shopping!

Nokia E63 Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2016-01-29
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Reviewed on 2014-04-10
Although the steel chassis and thin profile of current versions such as the E71 are gone, Nokia has not turned a blind eye to styling the E63. The phone still retains a tight frame and is offered in an attractive red, blue or black colouring. The 4.4-inch...
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Reviewed on 2010-06-29
Expanding on its E-series range of business smartphones, the Nokia E63 aims to speed up your life with its full-sized QWERTY keyboard and innovative business centric features. Design Featuring a comfortable design with pleasing rounded edges the E63 fi...
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Reviewed on 2010-05-05
The Nokia E63 phone was released in December 2008, It came in as a watered down version of the , thereby allowing users to have the success of the Nokia E71 with slightly less features and most importantly at a fraction of the cost.With that said, it ...
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Reviewed on 2010-04-21
It has been months since the Nokia E63 debuted in the market but it was only recently that we were able to get a hold of a unit for review. At the outset I was hesitant on the timeliness of the review because it felt like the phone was already on its w...
Reviewed on 2010-03-21
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Reviewed on 2009-08-19
Nokia’s E63 joins the successful E71 to form a compelling QWERTY messaging device range. Unlike the more expensive E71 (around £269), the E63 (around £199 SIM-free) is a budget business phone. Although very similar to the E71 in terms of form factor,...
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Reviewed on 2009-06-29
With a range of features that excludes HSDPA and GPS, the E63 is not going to be every users ideal smartphone. But its keyboard is superb and the dual home screen is a lure, too. Nokia - E63 price Buy Nokia E63 securely online at a bargain price £119...
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Reviewed on 2009-05-08
Inexpensive for a smartphone; full Qwerty keyboardNo GPS or HSDPA; back panel easy to dislodge; keyboard not as good as the E71
When we reviewed the Nokia E71, we found it was one of the best Qwerty smartphones available, although fairly expensive at more than £300. Nokia has now released a cheaper alternative, the E63.The similarities between the two are obvious. From the fron...
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Reviewed on 2009-05-08
Inexpensive for a smartphone; full Qwerty keyboard,No GPS or HSDPA; back panel easy to dislodge; keyboard not as good as the E71,
When we reviewed the Nokia E71, we found it was one of the best Qwerty smartphones available, although fairly expensive at more than £300. Nokia has now released a cheaper alternative, the E63.The similarities between the two are obvious. From the fron...
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Reviewed on 2009-05-05
For a while now, the Nokia Eseries has been generally a business-centric phone, with an eye on work applications and ignorance for pricing trends in the marketplace. In an effort to appeal to a bigger audience, Nokia has spiced up the E63, giving it ma...
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Reviewed on 2009-04-22
Nokia's E63 is very similar to our Best Buy award-winning E71. It's available SIM-free, and Expansys is offering bundles that include a free phone, GPS Bluetooth receiver and T-Mobile SIM for £30 per month on a 12-month contract. To call it a slimmed-dow...
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Reviewed on 2009-04-20
The Nokia E63 is a nice phone but is not outstanding in any of its functions. That said, the features are adequate enough for most early adopters or average business users. While the E63 is unlikely to set the world on fire, it is likely to find a warm...
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Reviewed on 2009-04-15
Costeffective, lightweight, screen, full QWERTYNo GPS or HSDPA, wider than some, smallish keys
The younger sibling of the E71 tries to impress - with some success Cost-effective, lightweight, screen, full QWERTY No GPS or HSDPA, wider than some, smallish keys As the younger sibling of Nokia’s much-loved E71, the E63 has a lot to live up to. And,...
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Reviewed on 2009-04-13
When Nokia introduced the very thin and powerful Nokia E71 QWERTY smartphone, it probably had no clue that this would be such a popular model. So much so that they could keep it at a higher price point and release a sibling model, the E63, with a lower...
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Reviewed on 2009-04-13
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Reviewed on 2009-04-07
The Nokia E63 looks like a near carbon copy of the incredibly popular Nokia E71 QWERTY smartphone. It has nearly the same dimensions, keyboard and overall design, with a few features removed to bring it into serious budget-saving territory. Whats dif...
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Reviewed on 2009-04-03
By Tham Yuen-CSOME good things are worth repeating and Nokias E63 is a dead ringer for E71, which bagged the DL Choice and the AsiaOne Peoples Choice Awards last year.The stepped-down E63 may not win any awards but is still a worthy follow-up.Both ph...
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Reviewed on 2009-04-02
Home screens for work and play, 3G, WiFi and Bluetooth, SD card slot supports SDHC, 3.5mm headset connector, Ergonomic miniQWERTY keyboardNo HSDPA, No GPS, Basic 2megapixel camera
Although its missing some features (chiefly HSDPA and GPS), Nokias E63 is a well-thought-out, ergonomic and affordable smartphone.
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Reviewed on 2009-04-01
Eseries devices have always stood themselves proud and firm, when compared to the Nseries. Although the models in the Nseries range are sold at a premium and boast more features, you always get the feeling that theyre only built to last as long as it ...
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