The price for being one of the first to sport the latest and greatest Symbian creation is $446. Not too shabby for an unlocked, contract free, business oriented smartphone which supports the 3G bands of both local GSM operators (AT&T and T-Mobile).
As you can see in the picture, the shipping time of the Nokia E6 is estimated to be between one and two months. While we would have definitely preferred something more specific, we also managed to calculate that the U.S. availability of the smartphone will almost coincide with the launch of the BlackBerry Bold Touch 9900 - RIM's latest offspring which has the exact same form factor. Yes, we know that the Nokia handset doesn't stand a chance against the berry in terms of popularity. It will however, provide the same functionality to those who want to be different.
You can check out our preview of the Nokia E6 here. As always, your opinions are welcome in the comments section below.