Following a long time off since the E51, the Nokia E-series is time for the shop with a brand-new pet for business-minded users. Nokia E71 has it all to take over and build for the E61 QWERTY messengers' expertise. The suave upgrade is really a lot slimmer now (and thus additional pocket-friendly), more powerful and much more skilled. The smaller display is definitely the only step down. Effectively, we're back in business way too, and we're about to see in the event that's the step back before a serious leap forward.
The Nokia E71 is just about the best-equipped Nokia smartphones to-date. It's quick and responsive and includes a remarkable feature load for their compact size. Connectivity is at its highest while using Nokia E71 boasting every one connectivity option, which is available today. Add the GPS receiver plus the slim metallic design and you've gotten yourself a smartphone that guides and talks high-end.
Nokia E71 however is for some tough BlackBerry levels of competition. The Bold 9000 seems as being a nice alternative having almost a similar feature pack as the Nokia. BlackBerry's proprietary OS is just not as widespread as the Symbian S60 though the business applications are all generally there, so the target audience will not likely feel deprived. The Bold boasts a screen of much higher-resolution as opposed to E71, but then, size may be valued at a thought.
Essential features for Nokia E71:
Quad-band GSM support
3G using HSDPA 3. 6Mbps support
Panorama 2. 36" 16M color screen of QVGA resolution
Comfortable entire QWERTY keypad
Convenient business-minded shortcut recommendations
Symbian 9. 2 OS, S60 USER INTERFACE with FP1 (topped using some FP2 goodies)
369 MHz SUPPLY 11 CPU and 128 MB involving SDRAM
Built-in GPS phone, A-GPS
3. 15 megapixel vehicle focus camera with LED thumb
110 MB of internal recollection, microSD expansion, ships with a new 2GB card
Slimmest smartphone to-date, slimmest Wi-Fi and/or NAVIGATION handset to-date
Stainless steel housing
Standard 2. 5mm audio jack port
Bluetooth v2. 0 with A2DP assist
microUSB v2. 0
FM r / c
Provider-independent VoIP assist
Great battery lifestyle
Office document editor
User-friendly Method Switch for swapping two homescreen setups
Prosperous retail package
Unhealthy camera performance
Video recording maxes out and about at QVGA@15fps
No dedicated digicam key
Smaller display than their predecessor
Cheap-looking power key
No RDS to the FM radio.The Sony Ericsson business-minded P1 can also hope for some piece in the action, especially if you never mind the peculiar QW-ER-TY keyboard set and UIQ. It might don’t you have the same feature pack because E71 but the price can be accordingly fixed.
A bunch of Windows Mobile devices are also to consider below, Samsung i600, Motorola Q9h and HP iPAQ 910c springs to mind. They all sport the candybar form factor and have full QWERTY keypads. Their size is pretty acceptable but neither has numerous features as the Nokia E71.