The Nokia E6 resembles the popular E71 and E72, and besides the QWERTY keypad and quick access buttons layout, it also features a touchscreen display. Yes, you can play touchscreen games on the E6, though it depends on whether the game is compatible. At press time, the games available for the E6 include Fruit Ninja Lite and Devil's Ride 3D Free.
You can find the power button, 3.5mm audio jack and microSD card slot at the top of the E6.
On the left is a micro USB slot for charging the phone and data transfer.
On the right are the phone lock slider, volume controls and the voice command/recorder (in between the volume controls). By sliding the phone lock and holding it for three seconds will activate the flash light from the phone's dual LED flash at the rear.
The rear holds the 8-megapixel camera with fixed focus camera lens and dual LED flash.
The Nokia E6 is scheduled to be available in early June from all three telco operators at S$570 (before operator subsidies).