There’s a good quality A-GPS chip. Coupled with Nokia Maps, it gives access to real time maps (you’ll need to subscribe for voice guidance). Without forgetting GSM cell-ID positioning, which, though not as precise as the GPS, can be of service. Finally, to return to one of the phones well-thought out features: though the diary has evolved and is now more functional, it is once again behind the Blackberry, again largely because of the screen. The E71 remains a very good phone and is a very viable, more accessible alternative to the Bold. As long as you’re not interested in very advanced multimedia navigation, the E71 is a good choice, especially for people whose personal and professional lives tend to enroach on one another!
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