Nokia E71

Sleek and stylish smartphone

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  • Expert Rating

    4.25 / 5
  • User Rating

    4.00 / 5 (of 1 Review)
  • Price

    $ 709.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Davy Adams



Qwerty keyboard, compact size, tough
web browser, calendar, small screen
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I've had the Nokia e71 for about 18 months now. It was a hot little phone when it came out but it's looking a tad long in the tooth now compared to the latest batch of smartphones. I still love the Qwerty keyboard and it's a nice small phone that fits easily in your pocket. Unfortunately because it's small I've managed to drop it by accident a few times, but it's never been a problem. No smashed screens (unlike some of my equally clumsy colleagues who own iPhones) and it just keeps on working well. Also being small and having a keyboard something has to give and it's a ludicrously small screen and navigation isn't touch based so it's a pain to get around. The best tip I got from a mate who runs a mobile store was to dump the awful browser that Nokia supplies with the phone and run Opera instead.

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