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These models use a fairly common design: a tablet shape with a non-sliding keyboard below its display. Unlike many of their competitors, though, they aren’t particularly slim.
This upcoming device supposedly has a few other changes as well, probably the most significant of which is the inclusion of a built-in camera.
At this point, no additional information is available on the Nokia E62i. Presumably, though, this upcoming device will have a lot in common with the earlier E60 series models. If that’s true, this GSM smartphone will run the Symbian OS with S60 providing the user interface.
It will almost certainly have Bluetooth, but it probably won’t have Wi-Fi, as the E62 doesn’t include it.
Thanks to Engadget for the tip.