The Nokia E55 features a compact Qwerty keypad with two letters per key (in a similar style to the BlackBerry Pearl handsets). The handset should be a capable web browsing device, thanks to its super-speed 3G connection (known as HSDPA) as well as Wi-Fi, and web pages and emails should be clear and easy enough to read on the 2.4-inch screen.
When it comes to media, the Nokia E55 offers dedicated volume keys on its side and a 3.5mm audio jack. Popular music file formats like MP3 and AAC are supported, and the handset’s memory can be expanded to up to 16GB using a microSD card. Camerawise, the handset is rocking a 3.2-megapixel camera complete with flash, auto focus and 4x digital zoom, as well as a front-facing VGA camera for videocalling.