Details and photos of the upcoming Nokia E63 have leaked, suggesting that the handset is a more basic, entry-level version of the E71 smartphone. According to the new information, which is yet to be confirmed, the E63 will come in three versions, all GSM with UMTS HSPDA, a 240 x 320 display, full QWERTY keyboard, WiFi and Bluetooth. Running Symbian v9.1 S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 1, the E63 is thicker than the E71 and has an all-plastic body with only minimal metal highlights. Two of the three versions will have a 2-megapixel camera, although none have a front-facing camera.
Other features include a 3.5mm headphone socket and flashlight function triggered by holding down the space-bar. There are no side-buttons, and instead the microSD slot and micro-USB connector are on the left side (with hard-plastic covers). As for the three versions, they will include the E63-1 for Europe, E63-2 which lacks the camera but adds more memory, and E63-3 for America.
The specifications come courtesy of a Nokia user agent profile and the photographer themselves, but as has been said they've not been confirmed as yet. Neither is availability or pricing known, or even suspected, though a sub-E71 price seems obvious.