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MSRP $500.00
Release date November, 2009
Brand Nokia
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Description

The Nokia E71x is a mid-grade smartphone designed to be used by both personal and business cell phone users. Both AT&T and Nokia claim the E71x is the "thinnest smartphone" on the market. The Nokia E71x features a wide range of specs including built-in aGPS support for use with AT&T navigation software, instant messaging support, video sharing, wi-fi functionality, full HTML browser support and internet access, along with a media player, 3.2 megapixel camera, video playback support, a note/memo program, a full function calendar for schedule reminders, and office tools such as word processors and email programs. The device itself has a complete external QWERTY keyboard, and functions on a quad-band GSM network. The only service provider that currently supports and distributes the E71x is AT&T.

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Pros:
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3G network connections are very fast, download rates and responsiveness are excellent
+2agreedisagree

balance and feel are good, feels comfortable to handle and work with
+2agreedisagree

computer connection software is sophisticated and easy to use
+2agreedisagree

battery lasts a long time between charges
+2agreedisagree

processor works quickly, no lag in operation or menu navigation
+1agreedisagree

GPS is extremely accurate, connects quickly even in difficult areas
+1agreedisagree

i love this phone because of its SLIM sleek look. its light weight and nice looking.
+1agreedisagree

Cons:
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built-in camera has a very difficult time in low light and video capture is low-res
+2agreedisagree

my message info is slowing down. a lot.! the keys are sticking..i think some apps should be automatic not an extra charge..like gps.my phone is 4yrs old and its in mint condition. is there a way to have it fixed?
+1agreedisagree

camera light doesn't always turn off when its manually switched on off position
+1agreedisagree




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