- Tristan François , Digital Versus
As long as you’re not interested in very advanced multimedia navigation, the E71 is a good choice.
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A lighter alternative that can manage both your professional and personal life with great ease
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... Full review
Very pocketable, good looking, and it supports both HSDPA 3G and WiFi
As a pure business phone, the Nokia E71's enterprise email support leaves something to be desired. There is no BlackBerry support at all, and the Exchange client, which otherwise handles push email, contacts, appointments, and tasks flawlessly, doesn't support email folders. That's going to be a deal breaker for some, to be sure. But for more casual business users, the E71's vast array of features is going to be very, very attractive.
The E71 is very pocketable, good looking, and it supports both HSDPA 3G data as well as WiFi. It has a fine QWERTY keyboard, and the S60 browser lo... Full review
A smart device that gives the iPhone a run for its money in a lot of different areas
The E71 looks more like a Blackberry killer, but don't be fooled: This great white hope from Finland is a smart device that gives the iPhone a run for its money in a lot of different areas (yes, really).
Despite its obvious lack of an oversized touchscreen interface, Nokia wins points for a remarkably trim profile (10mm vs. 12.3mm), decent 3.2-megapixel camera (instead of 2.0), and the fact it's not tied to any carrier (yet). Most of all, we're stoked they avoided the overcrowded iClone bandwagon by sticking to what they do best: gorgeous hardware packed with a satisfying range o... Full review
A powerful business tool
Nokia E71 is a powerful business tool - in fact it is one of the most capable we've ever seen. Plus, it has completed the demanding task of adding style and slick looks to the QWERTY messenger breed. The performance of Nokia E71 is praiseworthy, save for the below-par camera.
Rarely has a handset had us so impressed so quickly as the E71. The Nokia messenger seems a great purchasing option if you're after a device of this kind. We still feel a fair warning is due for those upgrading from E61 - the keypad and screen of E71 are notably smaller. If they can live with that though, no... Full review