I finally got my new phone the Nokia E62. afyer working with an unlocked Motorola RazR I was ready to step up to a PDA/Smartphone. Here are a few of the features:

Phone Features
Email and Messaging
Support for personal and business email accounts such as POP, IMAP (with idle) and SMTP1
Supports third party email clients: Good Mobile Messaging, BlackBerry Connect, Intellisync Wireless Email, Mail for Exchange (Microsoft ActiveSync) and Xpress Mail 1
Attachments viewers and editors support the most common features of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel (Microsoft Office 97, 2000, XP and 2003). Compatible with Zip Manager and Adobe Reader
Instant Messaging client (Yahoo, AOL, OMA)1
SMS distribution list
Email LED indicator, vibrate and tones to alert you of new email
Full messaging keyboard for easy text and data input
Personal shortcuts
Customizable profiles
Alarm clock
Music Player (MP3/AAC)
Notepad for short notes
Automatic key guard
Messaging and Imaging
Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS, ver. 1.2) for text, voice clips, video clips and still images receiving, editing and sending1,14
Distribution list
Video and audio streaming (GPP and RealMedia: Real video and Real Audio)1
Enhanced Voice Features
Voice dialing and voice commands for menu short cuts, keypad lock and profiles
Enhanced voice commands (SIND)
Dedicated voice key for easy use of voice recording, voice dialing3
Speed dialing, up to 8 names
Automatic redial (max 10 attempts)
Call waiting, call hold, call divert, call timer
Automatic and manual network selection
Caller identification with photo
The name of the calling party (spoken caller line identification) is mixed with the ringing tone. The functionality is enabled/disabled through profile settings.
Conference call capability (up to 6 participants)1
Vibrating alert
Integrated handsfree speakerphone
Display and User Interface
320 x 240 pixel active matrix display with up to 16 million colors
Adjustable brightness and contrast
Ambient light sensor for keypad display lighting control
Two soft keys with five-way joystick, power key can be used as profile key
Configurable right and left soft keys
Input method: full keyboard
Active standby enables user to configure 7 shortcuts for fast access
Symbian operating system OS 9.1
S60, 3rd edition
Memory Functions
Up to 80 MB of fixed user data memory
MiniSD hot swap slot available for memory card insertion & removal. Supports miniSD cards up to 2GB. Memory cards sold separately
miniUSB port
Remote and local (peer-to-peer) synchronization over Bluetooth technology, IR or data cable
Bluetooth wireless technology 2.022
HTML browsing with Nokia Browser1,2,12
WAP 2.0 browser for viewing mobile web content1,2,12
EGPRS (Class B, MSC 10)1,15
GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) Multislot Class 101,15
GSM Circuit-Switched Data up to 14.4 and 43.2 (HSCSD) kbps
Nokia Access: Receive world-class support for your Nokia E62 and specified client software. Nokia Access for Business Devices provides support at a predictable annual cost, focusing on issues specific to enterprise businesses
Application Management enables the delivery and management of native Symbian and Java™ add-on applications over OMA DM
Terminal Management Security includes security model, which enables protecting device data via device wipe and device lock management, protecting service usage by ensuring that right settings are in place
Weight: 5 ounces
Dimensions: 4.61 x 2.76 x .63 inches
GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
Speech codecs: AMR, FR and EFR, NB-AMR
E62 Phone Battery Life
Standard Li-ion Battery 1500 mAh
— Digital Talk Time up to 5.5 hours*
— Digital Standby Time up to 14 days*

The phone runs the Symbian OS, which like an operating system has a number of 3rd party apps you can add to your phone for free, as well as a number of apps provided at a very reasonable pay per use. I am thinking about trying to attempt to unlock the phone on my own but I will wait a bit first.

Nokia E62  Nokia E62

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