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A new flavor of Facebook for Android is now available for download via the Android Market, with a nice range of enhancements included into the mix, starting with easier sharing options and going all the way to a series of fixes and improvements.
For what it's worth, Nokia E6 may be the latest Eseries smartphone released by the Finnish handset manufacturer with Symbian on board. Given the fact that the company decided to refocus its production onWindows Phone 7 devices, it won't come as a surprise if Symbian handsets will become a budget lineup for Nokia.
Nokia E6 takes most of the good features of the previous Eseries models, but only few of its negative points, and offers them in a slim, compact body. It is certainly one of the best Eseries smartphone, as Nokia E6 greatly improves the functionality of the old Symbian operating system.
It is also worth mentioning that the phone has gotten its Symbian Anna update, which makes it even more appealing to those who were looking for E71/E72 successor.
Unveiled back in April along with the X7 model, Nokia E6 hit shelves in June with Symbian^3 on board. Some may consider the E6 a bit overpriced, as the phone is now available for about $350, depending on the location. Customers can choose any of the three color schemes available, black, silver and white