Pictures and detailed specs of the Symbian Series 60-powered Nokia E65 are now floating around the Internets. According to the super accurate machine translations, the big news seems to be that the cellphone will support VoIP, activated by one of the buttons on the side. The slider also has some sort of Wi-Fi support, making it a lot like those Skype phones that we've taken a look at. If there's an early knock against it, it's the lack of a standard USB port (POP's here instead). There's a series of mug shots inside.
The cellphone, which supports GSM 850/900/1800/1900 and WCDMA 2100 MHz, should hit European shores (presumably) in either the second or third quarter of 2007 for around $441. Looks to be a solid combination regular and VoIP cellphone. Now bring it to America already.