Summary: This is one of the best phones of nokia and I think everyone should have one nokia e series is one of the better if a little outdated but it is a five star phone recommend one hundred percent is ideal for all the public blind and young
E71 LONGEST BATTERY LIFE AMONG CURRENT PDA PRODUCTS
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The E71 from Nokia is top notch when it comes to applications, instant messaging ease of use longest battery life I have found in a pda however not impressed with the lack of charging dock . Mp3 uploads and the music mixer is top shelf with great sound and the software to upload ringtones is very easy to use and presents very little conflict. The sleek design is impressive and the qwerty keyboard is very easy to use.
A great phone to have especially for business peopl
9 September 2012
Excerpt: This is a nice phone that doesnt have many problems at all. Nothing major like other phone problems. Its a great and slim phone. Very easy to carry around and easy to navigate with. The phone does come with good accessories and it allows the user to put a sim card and that is really nice. CDMA phones are not usable overseas but these types of phones are. APplicationss are easy to download, it sometimes freezes though.
Excerpt: Briefly after starting my own consulting business, I purchased the Nokia E71 Cell Phone back in February 2010 as a cellphone replacement for my old Nokia Cellphone. I originally chose the E71 because it seemed like a decent alternative to a Blackberry, which I’ve played with for a brief period and found unappealing. The biggest selling point for me was the fact that the E71 comes unlocked.
Excerpt: This was my first venture into the smartphone market and I was less than satisfied. Limited applications and the phone manuevered clumsily from item to item. It was difficult for me to set up my email and it never really seemed to update itself when new mail arrived. The keypad was very small and I repeatedly found myself hitting the worng keys when typing up text messages.
Summary: I bought this Nokia E71 and was very excited to use it. Unfortunately, the cell phone carrier (straighttalk) was unable to activate it since the tower in my area does not support smart phones. I still want to have a Nokia E71 that works in my town.
Pros: Well built. Slim. Battery life still good after 2 yrs (like my even older Nokia 2610). GPS with free maps is fun and even works (slowly) if you turn off expensive broadband assist. QWERTY keyboard a nice idea but too cramped and keytops are shiny so r
Cons: Wireless LAN does not work. Apparently this was a problem with earlier Nokia models and some later. Nokia site and user forums attempt to suggest solutions, none of which work. Seems like a hardware fault to me. Wireless interface is awful -- the designer
Cons: The cramped buttons make this phone very inefficient and annoying. After two weeks, pictures now have a black blob on one corner. Applications download but don't consistently work. So although an application says it should work, it is a craps shoot whethe
Summary: U can get this phone on Straight Talk website for $179 and I checked on Walmart website its $169 there. I haven't checked personally at Walmart, but I am sure if Walmart said $169 on their website I can get it for that price. Anyway, Straight Talk also has E-71 reconditioned one for $99.99 on their website.