Specs summary

Screen
2.4"

The Nokia E71x's screen is 2.4 inches with 320 x 240 pixels resolution.

Processor
369 MHz

There is a ARM 11 369 MHz processor (CPU).

OS

The phone runs on the Symbian v9.2 (S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1) operating system (OS).

Camera
3+ MP

You can take photos or capture video with the phone's onboard 3+ megapixel camera.

There's no secondary front camera.

Storage
130 MB

Internal memory is 130 MB. An external, MicroSD (up to 8 GB) expansion slot is available for increased storage capacity.

Battery
1500mAh

The phone is powered by a Lithium Polymer (Li-Pol), 1500 mAh battery. Nokia's performance ratings are 13 days standby time, 300 minutes (2G), minutes (3G).


Reviews (7.1/10 Avg. rating)


Wired

As a whole, the phone is relatively unchanged

from Wired

Last year we reviewed the Nokia E71, a phone that came straight outta Finland unlocked, with a powerful array of business and multimedia features. It was balanced, it was beautiful and it worked perfectly. We loved it so much, the handset won our Best of Test award for mobile phones in 2008, even managing to trump the iPhone 3G in the battle for cellular supremacy...

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Last year we reviewed the Nokia E71, a phone that came straight outta Finland unlocked, with a powerful array of business and multimedia features. It was balanced, it was beautiful and it worked perfectly. We loved it so much, the handset won our Best of Test award for mobile phones in 2008, even managing to trump the iPhone 3G in the battle for cellular supremacy.

That's why we were a little dismayed by the E71x. The device is almost identical to the E71: same 3.2-megapixel camera, same .04-inch profile, same vibrant 320 x 240 QVGA display, same business apps and multimedia functionality. The operating system is slightly tweaked (S60 feature pack one vs. feature pack two) so there are some differences in transmissions and page loading. But as a whole, the phone is relatively unchanged.

Unchanged, that is, except for a new $100 price tag (good) a black paint job (badass) and the omission of our favorite feature from the original E71 (ugly).

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Amazon

An expensive paperweight

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My company provided me with a refurbished Nokia E71x cell phone through AT&T. It works sometimes. That is a big problem for a cell phone. The principal problem is that it has continual "connection errors" or "no signal." Reception can also be shoddy, with calls dropping, and conversations being inp...More
My company provided me with a refurbished Nokia E71x cell phone through AT&T. It works sometimes. That is a big problem for a cell phone. The principal problem is that it has continual "connection errors" or "no signal." Reception can also be shoddy, with calls dropping, and conversations being inperceptable. Also, within twelve (12) hours of being charged, the battery is dead and the phone starts beeping. At that point, Nokia is the proud producer of a stylish paperweight. I would recommend anyone needing to make cell phone calls take a pass on this phone, which in my opinion, is not yet ready for prime time. Less
Amazon

REALLY Nokia?

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I love this phone.... or at least I would if Nokia supported the blackberry client -- they don't and it won't load on their phones. Apparently Nokia has decided that they don't like RIM and so aren't going to work with them. That makes this phone a bust for anyone who needs to use it for work and wor...More
I love this phone.... or at least I would if Nokia supported the blackberry client -- they don't and it won't load on their phones. Apparently Nokia has decided that they don't like RIM and so aren't going to work with them. That makes this phone a bust for anyone who needs to use it for work and works for a firm that uses blackberry server for push e-mail. When I bought this phone, I didn't need blackberry on it... I've since taken a job where I needed it, and couldn't load it. No matter how much I love the OS, the functionality and the layout of Nokia's phones.... this is the last one I'm going to buy until they get over their blackberry aversion. The keyboard is highly usable, I find the interface perfectly intuitive and easy to use (but then my previous phone was a Nokia e70, so it wasn't a major change there) and was able to configure it to suit myself and load apps I needed (other than the blackberry client issue).... this was my third Nokia phone -- but it's also my last. If you don't need to use blackberry services to sync with your jobsite, then this could be a good phone for you - if you need it for work though -- move on to something else, this isn't going to cut it. Less
Amazon

Still the best smartphone for the price

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I did a lot of research before I bought this in December 2009 and even though it had already been out for a few years it is still one of the best smart phones on the market. It is metal and very slim so the quality jumps out at you when you hold it. It runs smooth and fast and is very stable. I real...More
I did a lot of research before I bought this in December 2009 and even though it had already been out for a few years it is still one of the best smart phones on the market. It is metal and very slim so the quality jumps out at you when you hold it. It runs smooth and fast and is very stable. I really liked the idea of running Symbian since it is open source, there are a lot of apps for this phone and they don't all have to come from the manufacturer. Although right after i bought this they came out with android which may be better I don't know. This takes good pictures and video and has great call quality. Again I can't stress enough the quality feel of this phone. Other phones (including Blackberry) feel like cheap plastic toys compared to this. My only complaints are the changes At&t made when they changed it from the E71 to the E71x. Supposedly the only difference is that it has At&t maps and email but actually they reprogrammed the hard keys so the email button will only go to their email program which is not as good as Nokia's. But you can still install and use Nokia mail you just have to put a shortcut to it on your main page. Also occasionally when the phone gets bumped it freezes up and says "Sim card not found" or something. This happens less and less as time goes on but it is still an annoyance. If I had the money at the time I would have bought the unlocked E71 from Nokia, but for $300 less I can live with the minor issues I have with the E71x. Actually if I had the money now I would buy the E72 unlocked which is identical except it has a 5 mp camera and a 3.5 mm headphone jack instead of 2.5 mm. That is my only other complaint, you have to get an adapter to go from 2.5 mm to 3.5 mm if you want to plug in headphones, but I got around this by just getting blue-tooth headphones. Less
Amazon

Does a lot. Does nothing well.

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Pros: Small with a solid feel to it. Cons: OS is crap. Reciever is the worst I have ever used. Camera is a joke. GPS is usless. WiFi is just as usless. Summary: Here are the FACTS about this phone. No hype here. I have owned this phone and used it heavily for 5 months. It has a lot of neat features,...More
Pros: Small with a solid feel to it. Cons: OS is crap. Reciever is the worst I have ever used. Camera is a joke. GPS is usless. WiFi is just as usless. Summary: Here are the FACTS about this phone. No hype here. I have owned this phone and used it heavily for 5 months. It has a lot of neat features, but it does not do anything well. THE RECIEVER. The receiver is very weak and drops calls constantly. To see it if was actually the phones fault I started carrying 3 other phones that I had, a Motorola V180, a Samsung Sync, and a Samsung Blackjack. In areas where this phone showed no signal, all the other phones were able to make calls with the V180 showing 4 out 5 bars of signal in some cases. I did this test by switching out the same sim card to each of the phones. THE CAMERA: I was really looking forward to having a camera that could take decent photos in a pinch and this phone comes with a 3.2MP camera. The first pics I took with this camera in full auto mode looked as bad as ones taken with a standard VGA camera phone like the Motorola V3. The camera software is worthless in auto mode. The only way to take a viewable picture with this camera is to adjust the settings manually. And you must turn the LED flash off! It turns every picture hazy and blue if you don't. I tested this camera against the Samsung Sync (1.2MP), the Blackjack (1.2MP) and a Blackberry Tour (3.2MP). After taking multiple pictures of the same scene with all the phones in auto mode. I loaded the pictures to my laptop and had panel of three judge?s vote on them. The blackberry tour won hands down and the n71x lost. The results were #1 Tour #2 Sync #3 Blackjack #4 N71x 4. (Only after manually adjusting the settings on the n71x was I able to come close to the quality of the blackjack.) WIFI: After 5 months of trying, I have yet to be able to use it successfully anywhere other then sitting right next to my home WiFi router.. If you ever do manage to get it to connect, it disconnects constantly and is extremely slow. Even on my own WiFi network, sitting 5 feet from my router I have trouble doing simple web browsing. And don't even ask my about the joke of a browser it comes with. GPS: If you have the time to stand out under a clear sky for 10 minutes every time you want to use this GPS, it might work for you. I currently own 2 Tom Toms, 2 Garmin Nuvis, and 2 Magellan Sportraks. I have used many others. All GPS devices need a few minutes to acquire satellites the FIRST time you start them up. But once they are calibrated for your area, they should acquire satellite signal within a minute or less on subsequent uses. Not this GPS phone. It takes a full 10 minutes under a clear open sky each time you try to use it. (Even if you just used it 10 minutes earlier and turn it off). A fun feature but totally useless for any practical purpose. TEXT MESSAGING: It takes a minimum of FIVE (Yes that is 5) actions for you to send a text message. THE Operating System: Where do I start? I have never seen such a horrible OS. To put such a poor OS in such an advance piece of equipment is beyond my comprehension. This thing is so limited that it does not even allow you to assign customized ringtones to your contacts. You got your default ringtone and that is it baby! Even my dinosaur Motorola V180 allows me to assign a unique ringtone to different contacts. But the one thing I really hate about this OS, is file management (if you can call it that). Basically, forget trying to have any control over your files. This thing insist on doing it all for you. Yes, you can create custom folders, but you can't store anything in them using the phone. Why? Because this phone automatically puts anything you download or receive via Bluetooth into a folder called PRIVATE. The phone does have a file manager, but guess what? It cannot access the private folder! If you want to see what's in the private folder you have to take the microSD card out and read it on a computer. But it does no good to try to organize your files, because this OS does not care where your files are stored, it finds them all, organizes them all and show them ALL at the same time when you open the appropriate program to see them like the image viewer. What does this mean? Well, if you have 500 photos on your phone, all organized in to different folders for easy and quick access, the only way for you to see them is to open the image viewer and scroll through them one by one until you find the one you want. Same thing with your MP3s. And this thing does not scroll through hundreds of files fast either. There are so many things wrong with this OS that I don't have time to list them all. But be advised!!!! The OS on the n71x is very unique. You will find very few programs that will run on it. Even program designed for the n71 will not work on the n71x. It is VERY DIFICULT to find and/or install new programs on this phone. And the programs that come with it are junk and are only there to get you to spend more money. Well now you know what you are in for if you buy this phone. Less
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Crappy, Crippled, and Limited App Support

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While the phone hardware is really good, the software is very disappointing. Do not expect Nokia Ovi apps to run easily on the E71x. Most of the time, you're lucky if something does work. I've been having major issues with installing and running apps, and in particular, Mail for Exchange (so no Google...More
While the phone hardware is really good, the software is very disappointing. Do not expect Nokia Ovi apps to run easily on the E71x. Most of the time, you're lucky if something does work. I've been having major issues with installing and running apps, and in particular, Mail for Exchange (so no Google Contacts/Calendar sync). The phone also has a bunch of AT&T's crappy apps pre-installed that are overpriced and useless pieces of junk that you cannot get rid of (they'll always be in your face). The calendar is horrible, and reminders will only snooze for a fixed time (cannot choose to snooze for 10 minutes or 1 hour...). As much as I hate to say it, my old Windows Mobile phone worked much better than this. The GPS takes a long time to lock (if it ever does), and ends up being pretty useless too (what's the point of an unreliable GPS?). I really really think you should not consider buying this phone. Less
Amazon

Doesn't live up to Nokia standards

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"Just another customer" summed up my experience well, but I decided to add a bit anyway. First of all let me say I am an average tech person - not great, but not inept either. I did not buy the phone for the apps or the internet availability. I thought I might eventually want, if not need, some of the...More
"Just another customer" summed up my experience well, but I decided to add a bit anyway. First of all let me say I am an average tech person - not great, but not inept either. I did not buy the phone for the apps or the internet availability. I thought I might eventually want, if not need, some of these options. It really is more than I need in a phone. But that isn't a problem. The reasons I chose this phone are: *it is a Nokia (I'm a true believer or was until recently), *it is made of steel (heavy as a brick!): My stuff gets a bit of abuse and I wanted something that wouldn't break easily, *it doesn't have external parts that might break (slider, flip), *it had the possibility of more functions when I wanted them, and *it has a decent (if not perfect)calendar. The first thing I look for is the calendar functionality. This is THE most important thing to me. The calendar is workable, the alarms can be customized (not just 15, 30 or 60 minutes before the event). It has anniversary, to do, meeting and memo options. It has a designated calendar key, as well as "home" "phonebook" and "message" keys. The calendar is clean but the options are still a bit limiting. Note here: I used to have a Nokia 6126 and loved it. It had the best calendar functions I have used. The one I really wanted but haven't found on any other phone yet is the call reminder on the calendar function. One could input a number either from the address book, or other, as well as set the alarm. When the alarm goes off, hit the call key (green phone) and the call is made. so simple. Why doesn't the e71 have this? I thought the full keypad would be nice, it is. Though the keys are small, they are beveled. It takes some help figuring out the function keys, but it is easy once you know how to make it work. The ?!:;,&;.@/-+ keys are all readily available on the keypad, which is nice. I do occasionally hit the wrong key, I don't have large hands, but do have moderate length fingernails. This phone is anti-intuitive! I have to look up how to look up how to connect things and turn on options almost every time I want to make a change (granted I don't do it often so forget from one time to the next how to connect the bluetooth or whatever). I have a lot of problem with dropped calls - never had a problem with my old Nokia flip phone. I was having problems with the speaker - it seemed to vibrate so the sounds/voices came through garbled. I have all the updates. Nokia and ATT told me to reset my phone and the problems would disappear. Well, that didn't happen. I still get dropped calls, just not every other call, more like every third call. After reset I had to reconnect all my bluetooth, etc. (which means I had to look up how to do it again!) One isn't reset yet because I can't find the manual. (Sigh. I'll look again today.) There are no headphone jack options which work for this phone. It has a micro jack, and I have a micro converter but the headphones still won't operate, it requires bluetooth headphones. I'm glad I have a warranty because I'm going to have to send this thing back. I wish I hadn't bought it. I don't hate it, but I don't love it, thus 3 stars. Less
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Eh, it's an ok phone.

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I bought this phone in August of '09, and it's been an ok phone. I am a fast texter, and it does NOT keep up with me. So you have to type slow! The Operating System is not too bad. There are a lot of neat features included with this phone. Wi-fi comes in handy a lot! It has good sound quality, and the...More
I bought this phone in August of '09, and it's been an ok phone. I am a fast texter, and it does NOT keep up with me. So you have to type slow! The Operating System is not too bad. There are a lot of neat features included with this phone. Wi-fi comes in handy a lot! It has good sound quality, and the battery lasts for a week, even using it a lot. I'm impressed, but there are a few things that I would change. It is technologically inclined, so if you aren't, I don't recommend this to you. It is very durable for an expensive phone. I dropped it when I tripped on concrete, and it just had a one scuff on the top. Camera is great. When you take a video, the flash is always on. There is no way to turn that off, and I wish there was. The flash is very bright and useful, however. It holds a lot of text messages, I think I had around 5000 before I had to clear it, and yes it took awhile to clear them. There are a lot of things that you are able to change, like the menu buttons, soft keys, etc. It is a very nice phone, but as I said: there are things that I would change. I would recommend it. Less
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I wish I owned the unlocked Nokia E71-2 and not the E71x

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Love: Google Maps w/GPS, 1-handed operation, 16GB Media Card, Nokia for Exchange, Coreplayer for FLAC files, Internet Radio, Stereo Bluetooth, Laptop tethering, size, weight & feel, InvisiShield for the glass, Wifi. Like: Sound quality, keyboard, Nokia PC Suite, customization, replaceable battery, S...More
Love: Google Maps w/GPS, 1-handed operation, 16GB Media Card, Nokia for Exchange, Coreplayer for FLAC files, Internet Radio, Stereo Bluetooth, Laptop tethering, size, weight & feel, InvisiShield for the glass, Wifi. Like: Sound quality, keyboard, Nokia PC Suite, customization, replaceable battery, Skyfire browser, Some Nokia games, Nokia Company Directory lookup, and the "find phone number" option in calendar requests and emails. Tolerate: Camera, AT&T apps that cannot be removed, LOTS of clicks and menus, complicated icons (what's a directory and what's an app?), non-standard headphone jack, the Sony E71 headphone w/mic adapter, Proprietary charger, QuickOffice Hate: 1) Symbian. Stupid, antiquated, clunky... Certificate signing is a frustrating joke. Finding applications on the internet is a pain. 2) Antenna placement. Reception varies based on where you place your hand--cup your hand over the bottom and watch the bars drop...Yes, your friends are laughing at you, not with you. 3) AT&T's crippling of the operating system & firmware. Specifically, I want the data/3G/edge on/off switch like I used to have with WinMo. I **think** that would help the biggest peeve of all-- it drops calls. A LOT. I also want Nokia updates not AT&T ones that contain upsell garbage in them. 4) The time lag between Nokia's firmware updates, and AT&T's. The AT&T Firmware is at least a version behind Nokia's. Infuriating: A) It drops calls all the time! even with good strong signal. But that only happens when I'm on the phone... I think it's AT&T's setup, as there's very little negative feedback on the E71-2 unlocked version. B) I was just really burned badly when I took the phone to Europe and couldn't turn off the data sync feature. My bill will be a few hundred bucks for that. so, if you don't need to use it as a phone, it's a pretty good pda & music player... I wish it was a phone. Less
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Starts out great, and just gets worse

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I have had this phone about three months, and I hate (read: HATE) it for a number of reasons. I use this phone for work, and have it tied back to our company Exchange environment via Active Sync. Now here's why I hate it so much: 1. Too often (most of the time) I have to make multiple selections jus...More
I have had this phone about three months, and I hate (read: HATE) it for a number of reasons. I use this phone for work, and have it tied back to our company Exchange environment via Active Sync. Now here's why I hate it so much: 1. Too often (most of the time) I have to make multiple selections just to get to where I want to go. For example, to get to my work Exchange e-mail I have to make 4 selections. This should be one-button programmable. 2. Caller ID often does not work, even if the person is in my address book. 3. The phone makes way too many annoying beeps, and has this stupid data tracker that turns off at the beginning of each call (with a beep) and back on at the end of each call (another beep). It often turns on and off randomly as well..with a beep...usually while I am sleeping. Yes I could put it on vibrate, but then I wouldn't hear it ring would I? 4. Software is slow to respond. Press a key, wait, press another key, wait, go back to the beginning because it waited so long I pressed the key again and now I am somewhere I don't want to be. 5. Ever time my company network password changes, I spend 30 minutes trying to find the option to reset my password in the Mail for Exchange client on the phone. Very annoying. I am an IT guy, the menus should not be this hard to figure out. 6. The keyboard is not easy to use. It's a bit too small to type very fast. 7. Call logs are bad, at best. Want to return a missed call...press another 3 keys to do it. I could go on and on, but basically, the software is what sucks about this phone. I replaced a very old Blackberry with this, and I wish I had the Blackberry back. Less
Amazon

E71 proves Nokia does not understand the term "smart phone"

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Do not buy this phone unless you are a geek!! Seriously, I could pitch in all sorts of crazy, quirky and downright silly aspects of the Nokia E71, but the reality is that unlike the iPhone or Windows Mobile, you HAVE to be a geek to not only drive your E71, but actually enjoy using it. In terms of ha...More
Do not buy this phone unless you are a geek!! Seriously, I could pitch in all sorts of crazy, quirky and downright silly aspects of the Nokia E71, but the reality is that unlike the iPhone or Windows Mobile, you HAVE to be a geek to not only drive your E71, but actually enjoy using it. In terms of hardware, the E71 is a delight - the screen is readable even in bright sunlight; battery is very good; the keyboard looks way too small but is fantastically easy to use and very well laid out; it is slim and featherweight and yet feels very solid. In terms of software...OMG!! Nothing can prepare you for the Symbian operating system and its patchwork of applications. If you've ever used Linux or Unix then you'll have some idea what to expect. It's a mess in so many ways that each day I'm staggered anew with some little silliness. Of couse, I should have figured it out when the MANY reviews that I read praised the E71 for its "flexibility" and "configurability". That's geek code for the need to get in under the hood and fiddle. So, if you like getting under the hood and playing around with all manner of odds and ends to make your phone do your bidding you will love the E71. If you just want to buy a phone and use it without having to read a manual, stick with an iPhone or Windows Mobile. Less



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Full Specs

Overview
Release date June 16, 2008
Regions available USA
Networks
GSM:
850/900/1800/1900 MHz
UMTS:
850/1900 MHz
Data:
GPRS, EDGE, HSDPA
SIM card Yes
Dual SIM No
Operating System Symbian v9.2 (S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1)

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Processor ARM 11 369 MHz
Internal Flash Memory 130 MB
RAM No
ROM No
GPS Type A-GPS
Digital compass No
Flightmode Yes
Hearing Aid Compatible No
TTY/TDD No
Noise Cancellation No
SAR Head: 1.41 W/kg
Body: 0.72 W/kg
Languages No
Manufacturer Warranty 1 Year
Accessories Included AC Charger, Manual, Standard Battery
Power & battery
Type Lithium Polymer (Li-Pol)
Battery Capacity 1500 mAh
Removable Battery Yes
Wireless Charging No
Fast Charging No
Video Playback Time Unknown
Wi-Fi Surfing Time Unknown
3G Surfing Time Unknown
4G Surfing Time Unknown
Talk Time 300 minutes
3G Talk Time Unknown
Standby Time Up to: 13 days
Physical Characteristics
Design type Bar
Multi-Use Smart Phone / PDA Yes
Colors Black
Dimensions [H x W x D] 11.4 x 5.7 x 1.0 cm (4.5 x 2.2 x 0.4 in)
Weight 127 grams
Water Resistant / Waterproof Unknown
Rugged design No
IP Rating No
Antenna Type Internal
Changeable Faceplates No
Display / Screen
Type Color
Technology LCD (TFT)
Colors 16.7 million
Resolution 320 x 240 pixels
Pixel density Unknown
Size 2.4 inches
3D No
Secondary Display No
Sensors Ambient Light
Graphics Yes
Themes Yes
Backlit Illumination Yes
Zoom / Magnification No
Screen Orientation Lock No
Multi-Touch No
Fingerprint-Resistant Coating No
Additional Display Features -
Input / Navigation
Sleep / Wake Key No
Home Key No
Mute Key No
Input Type QWERTY
Navigation Type D-pad
Predictive Text Entry T9
Physical keyboard No
Voicemail Key Yes
Any Key Answer Yes
Voice Commands Yes
Keypad/Screen Lock Yes
External Volume Control Yes
External Media Playback Controls No
Fingerprint Sensor No
Call Management
Wi-Fi Calling No
Voice over LTE (VoLTE) No
Contact List Capacity Depends on system memory
Multiple Numbers Per Contact Unknown
Contact Groups No
Auto Answer Yes
Voice Activated Dialing Yes
Photo Caller ID Yes
Web / Email / Messaging
Web Browser Yes
Email Client Yes
Email Protocols POP3, IMAP, SMTP
Additional Email Features -
Messaging SMS, EMS, MMS, AIM, MSN
Push-to-talk (PTT) Yes
Connectivity
USB Yes
USB OTG Support No
Infrared Yes
Bluetooth Yes
Bluetooth Profiles A2DP, AVRCP, DUN, OPP/FTP, HFP, HSP
WiFi 802.11 b/g
WiFi Encryption Unknown
Mobile Hotspot No
WiMAX No
Memory Expansion Slot Yes
Expansion Slot Info MicroSD (up to 8 GB)
PC Synchronization Yes
TV Out No
DLNA Support No
NFC No
UMA Support No
Data Tethering Compatibility No
Java Applications Yes
Brew Applications No
ECML / Digital Wallett No
PictBridge No
Camera
Main Camera
Aperture
Unknown
Resolution
3+ megapixels
Dual lens
No
Zoom
Yes
Flash
Yes (LED)
Additional Rear Camera Info
Auto focus
Video Recording Formats
3GP / 3GPP, MPEG-4, WMV, RealVideo
Video Recording Parameters
VGA (640 x 480 pixels), 22 fps
Front Camera
Zoom
No
Additional Front Camera Info
No
Video Recording Parameters
Audio / Video
Audio Playback Yes
Audio Formats MP3, eAAC+, AAC+, AAC, Real Audio, WMA, WAV
Radio Yes
Video Playback Yes
Video Playback Formats 3GP / 3GPP, MPEG-4, WMV, RealVideo
Mobile TV No
Streaming Video Yes
External Speakers No
Headset Jack 2.5mm
Custom Ringtones No
Vibration Alert Yes
Downloadable Ringtones Yes
Ringtone Composer No
Ringer ID Yes
Haptic Feedback Vibration No
Speakerphone Yes
Apps
To-Do / Task List Yes
Calendar Yes
World Clock Yes
Alarm Yes
Stop Watch No
Timer No
Calculator Yes
Currency Converter Yes
Viewable document types No
Weather No
Stocks No
Maps Yes
NotePad No
Voice Memos / Recorder Yes
Games Downloadable
Apps
Included Software / Apps Microsoft Office Mobile, Windows Media Player Mobile
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