The Gadget: The Nokia E66, a slim but luxurious GSM slider smartphone running Symbian S60, with Wi-Fi, GPS, 3G and a 3.2MP camera, to name a few of its many features.
The E66 and E71, two Nokia E-Series cellphones in last week's rumor mill, are now official. Up top is the E71, a slick QWERTY phone that's a lot less chunky than its predecessor, the E61. It comes equipped with a 3.2MP camera in the back, a front cam for video calls, Wi-Fi and GPS, just like the E66 down below.
Nokia is planning on delivering the long-awaited N96 and a group of new E-series models to the market sometime in the 3rd quarter of this year-with the E66 and E71 models coming as early as next week. Naturally, details are scarce, but both devices are expected to feature GPS, a 3.2 megapixel camera and 128MB of…