Excerpt: Last year we reviewed the Nokia E71 , a phone that came straight outta Finland unlocked, with a powerful array of business and multimedia features. It was balanced, it was beautiful and it worked perfectly.
Pros: Fantastic industrial design. Hashing out e-mails (or tweets) on smartly appointed QWERTY is a typo-free affair. Gorgeous screen completely readable in direct sunshine. Battery life holds up to four days of calls, e-mails and web surfing. One hundred dollar price point is harder to argue with than...
Cons: Seriously, AT&T, did you have to drop the toggle button? Still no N-Gage gaming platform available. 3.2 MP pics skew a touch towards the noisy end of the spectrum.
Summary: At $99.99, the E71x is a great bargain smart phone. It's thin but chock-full of the features mobile professionals and prosumers are looking for, including 3G and Wi-Fi, GPS navigation, and robust e-mail support. Additionally, the device has excellent battery life and a decent keyboard.
Summary: Nokia made a unique choice to create a device that further blurs the line between work-centric devices such as BlackBerrys and fun devices like multimedia-packed flip phones. We love that the E71 lets you switch between work and play, but we bet users will likely stick with one profile most of the...
Summary: Having been using the Nokia E71 for a little while now, Steve Litchfield delivers his verdict - what's new compared to its predecessor, the E61i? And how close does the E71 get to being the perfect smartphone for the modern professional?
Summary: T he Nokia E71 offers all possibilities desired by the business user. In addition, attention also went to a slim and sleek design. This makes the Nokia E71 also attractive for the private user who sends many text messages.