Summary: "Ok so I have had this phone for over my contract now... the problem... I can't find anything better to replace it. It truly has satisfied every need I have for phone, diary, travelling computer, web browsing, Email camera... I'd recomend this phone to everyone so all I really want is this with a bit higher spec camera..
Summary: ""Absolutely brilliant phone! Great for texting, emailing and using the internet. Buttons are quite small though - so would probably say it is better for women rather than men! Camera is not brilliant - but overall I would say it is a brilliant phone, one of the best I have had!
Summary: "Absolutely brilliant phone! Great for texting, emailing and using the internet. Buttons are quite small though - so would probably say it is better for women rather than men! Camera is not brilliant - but overall I would say it is a brilliant phone, one of the best I have had!
Summary: "Had this mobile for 18 months now and been very happy with it, due for upgrade but struggling to find something as good for a similar price plan. Would recommend to anyone. Is a joy to use after dodgy Samsung mobile, well done again Nokia!
Summary: I payed twenty bucks for the nokia e71 and 7 bucks for headphones. Pros GPS FM Radio Youtube music facebook Much more Im not listing Cons Only works for $45 Unlimited and 60$ Straight talk A little tough shopping for the 2.5 mm Headset If you decide you dont like the phone. Then guess what??? You got a fm radio walkman for work or whatever you use it for.
Summary: This phone met my expectations on all levels being sleek and stylish and enhanced communication features which catered for mostly the corporate users rather than the blackberry crazed txtin zombies. While it's main competitors at the time were the blackberrys and iphones in term of feature set it stands out in a class of it's own and has created a niche market where Nokia could find itself.
Good Workhorse Smartphone, especially for the money
6 April 2013
Summary: OK, so it's not an iPhone, but it gets the job done, and while it's considered a "smart" phone, it's not so smart that you're intimidated by it. This phone is actually my second one (first got washed, never came back) so that alone should say something about it. Texting is fast, once you get used to the keyboard, and the GPS is spot-on, it even does the directions by turn! Not bad for a 2008 phone.
Summary: It's sad that there isn't a phone out there today (2013) that I would rather have than my trusty old Nokia E71. I read the (abysmal) reviews of the Nokia E6 to see if Nokia could come up with something better than the E71 in the same form factor. They didn't, and it's surprising that even the E72 and E73 are not up to the quality of the E71. Running Symbian S60.v3, the OS is old, but there are many apps out there nonetheless.