The Nokia E55 gets reviewed by Eldar over at Mobile Review. You can find the English version of the review here

Call quality was never an issue with the E55, as it easily lived up to our expectations of a Nokia-branded phone. Ring tones sounded quite loud; we also found the E55's vibro alert was average strength-wise.

The E55 is set to arrive in May at a price point of 265 Euro (before taxes and subsidies). On balance, it's a fine device that complements the music-minded Nokia 5630 XpressMusic and comes with a couple of metallic accents, as well as some Eseries-specific software features.

The main thing going for the Nokia E55 is its battery time - for some this will be a very compelling argument, but personally I find it to be a very niche offering that won't be very popular primarily because of the competition it faces inside Nokia's portfolio.</blockquote>
[Thx CJ]
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