The Nokia E71: A Review

Nokia E71

In short: With complete push email support, web browsing and editing of the attachment, the Nokia E71 can really give some tough time to BlackBerry.

But it’s not all about email features, as you will find lots of other features and specs that make it a really remarkable device and that include 3.2mp camera, multimedia capabilities, GPS, HSDPA, WLAN, video calling and a powerful media player. It’s available in Black, White and Grey Steel.

During the last couple of years, BlackBerry has come forward as a #1 choice of business users especially with its push email systems and QWERTY keyboards. On the other hand, Nokia seems to improve the power and friendliness of its E series.

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Nokia E71 Screen

The E71 has been equipped with the best screen that you have ever seen in some Nokia device, it offers loads of space to easily work on documents and emails and viewing web pages is also quite thrilling experience with its 240x320pixels resolution. For impressive clarity and visibility, there is an active matrix LCD.

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Nokia E71 Messaging

The Nokia E71 is all about messaging, and it has all that is quite important for text messaging and push email. It supports different email protocols including POP, IMAP, SMPT and Nokia Intellisync Wireless Email as well. You can edit you Word, PowerPoint and Excel file attachments with the help of its Quickoffice applications.

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Nokia E71 Features

  • It has 114x57x10mm dimension with 127g of weight
  • The available Music Player supports WMA, MP3, AAC, eAAC+ and ACC+ formats.
  • Speakerphone and Voice memo recording are quite impressive
  • 3.2mp camera with LED flash, autofocus and 4x digital zoom
  • Bluetooth 2.0, micro-USB, WLAN 802.11b/g Infrared and 2.5mm Nokia AV connector for connectivity.
  • WAP, EDGE, GPRS, HSDPA, Flash Lite 3.0 and xHTML for web browsing
  • 4.5hrs talktime and 400hrs battery standby time.

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Nokia E71 Multimedia features

The thing that makes the E71 a device not specific only to business users is its multimedia featuring. It houses a 3.2mp camera with flash and autofocus and it allows you to record video in 3GP or MPEG4 formats with 640×480 resolutions.

The music player is also equally impressive that is capable to handle common formats.

The given web browser can support Javascript, XHTML, Flash and stylesheets, so you can easily view most of the websites without any sort of error.

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Nokia E71 Battery Life

It offers support for Bluetooth 2.0, WLAN, micro USB and Infrared and you can make VoIP calls with the help of its available WLAN connection. There is a 2.5mm Nokia headphone socket that allows you to have compatible headset with plug in, but no 3.5mm headphone jack option can be quite appealing.

When it comes to battery life, you will find it impressive, but it gets out juice quite quickly because of the WLAN and you need to keep charger along with you if you want to use this feature quite frequently.

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Its impressive email features make it a nice choice for business users and multimedia features make it a teens’ darling.

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5 Responses to The Nokia E71: A Review

  1. Just Me September 27, 2010 at 5:25 pm #

    Terrible review. What chipsets are it using, type of display, ect., ect.,…

    I can get more information reading the side of the box!

  2. Haseeb_ahmed11 October 27, 2010 at 10:40 am #

    Good mobile
    I will buy it .

  3. XRANGE Gifts January 14, 2011 at 6:17 am #

    Nokia E71 is one of the finest Mobile that can give tough competition due to its easy and quick navigation keyboard. Its one of my preference over balckberry phones.

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