Nokia E71x Unlocked GSM Symbian 9.2 OS QWERTY Cell Phone - Black
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- GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900, 3G Network: HSDPA 850 / 1900
- Full QWERTY keyboard + 5-way scroll key, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP, with A-GPS support; Nokia Maps
- Symbian OS 9.2, Series 60 v3.1 UI, 369 MHz ARM 11 Processor
- 3.2 Megapixel Camera + Front-Facing 'Videocall' Camera + Video
- Internal Memory: 110 MB storage, 128 MB RAM + microSD Slot Expandable up to 8GB
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Top Customer Reviews
I had an LG VU before this one and I loved the VU's capabilities as an internet device because of the full touch screen. However, I found myself using java chat apps on it and the touchscreen was not that great. Plus, I needed a better way to get my work e-mail than using the outlook web access.
My wife saw an ad for this phone on a web site and we visited a store to check it out. I played around with it for 25 minutes in the store and decided that I had to have it. The build in web browser is far better than I expected and was used to. Pages render well and navigating them is far easier than most devices I have used. The full keyboard makes it easy to enter in search terms, addresses, and even full messages on forums.
Installing Opera Mini creates an excellent experiance as well. The only thing missing is flash support.
For java applications, it works perfect, although now I am finding that there are a ton of Symbian S60 apps available that run far better and far faster than java apps. Using instant messenger is super easy and combined with the multitasking ability, I can be chatting in IM and talking on the phone with my bluetooth headset at the same time.
Syncing my work e-mail with this phone was a snap. I just installed the Mail for Exchange and put in my username, password, and server address and all of my outlook contacts, calendar items, and e-mails instantly showed up. This was far better than what had to be done for blackberry (it costs extra if there are more than 1 blackberry phones in an organization and IT has to install server software!).
I'm really surprised that no one has mentioned the camera. This phone has a 3.Read more ›
Typically I don't like the Blackberry style phones, however, this is a Nokia we're talking about! So I had to get it. It was time to replace my 6682 anyway. I had it for quite a while. I tend to keep my Nokia's for a while because I become so attached to them and they just never die!
I love the E71x! Very easy to use. The WiFi is great! Buttons are a little small, but I am sure I will adapt quickly. The selection of ringtones is great - funny too because they have a few on there that are actually sung by a female voice lol. I love that the casing is made of stainless steel - adds to the durability. The lcd screen is a decent size. If you like a full screen like on the iPhone, you might not like this one, but I don't have a problem with it at all. After seeing it online, I thought I would be disappointed with the screen size, but it turns out it is just right. Plenty big enough for me.
The phone is slim, but a tad heavy. Nothing to complain about though and I believe the weight is due to the battery. I love the sleek black finish on it. It does gather fingerprints easily but they are easily "polished" off using a cloth. A microfiber cloth is great for this... kinda like the ones you use for eyeglass lenses.
The buttons feel good when using. The back casing snaps on and off easily and feels secure when doing so. This one actually latches very well and has 2 push buttons to release it.
The feature list is complete and useful.Read more ›
I am a librarian and a very patient person. Through my work, I support engineers, chemists, scientist, physicians and attorneys. One of my professional functions is to work with the IT group to design end user interfaces and train end users new database products. So, I am not technologically challenged.
If you buy this phone, become familiar with these Nokia e71 blogs as well as the Nokia website. You may want to read up on it here first. [...]
After receiving the phone, I showed the E71X to some of our non-IT techie professional types. I just handed them the phone and did not try to prejudice their views. Most were Blackberry users or IPhone users and said that it was not very intuitive and the screen was very small. They all commented that there was a steep learning curve just to be able to use all the functionality.
I could use all the functions on my boyfriends Blackberry and on my friends Apple IPhone without picking up a user manual. Compared to the Blackberry or IPhone it is not user friendly at all. The phone is way too complicated for the average user. I also believe that AT&T does not support this phone well. I've only found one support person at the local corporate AT&T store that is extremely familiar. He has an E71X and loves it. But he has been trained on the phone and uses it himself.
I consider myself an early adopter and will patiently learn new applications and work through issues. I ordered the phone May 18. After having the phone for one month, I am in agreement with others. It has a lot of functionality for the freebie price on Amazon, if you have the time and inclination to work through a steep learning curve.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The phone looks to be in excellent order but I'm not sure if this is really an original brand-new Nokia unit since it did not come in the usual E 71X packaging like I've gotten in... Read morePublished on July 7, 2014 by D. A. Nicholson III
Could not make or receive calls because voices sounded garbled. Am returning it. Too bad - we have another NOKIA E71x that works well. Read morePublished on March 6, 2014 by Fran S
This has been the best phone I've EVER had! The camera takes wonderful photos, the battery lasts several days with regular use and the phone itself has everything I like. Read morePublished on November 26, 2013 by Tina Watkins
So i received the item in the mail today and it dose not seem to be working. I would say I got ripped off. I'm very irritated about the situation.Published on October 9, 2012 by Tinch
Like many of the reviewers I love Nokia products and always will. But recently the address book has disappeared , the phone cuts off for NO reason and I cannot access address book... Read morePublished on January 25, 2011 by dennis stewart
The Nokia E71x is a reliable phone that does almost everything well without standing out in any particular category. Read morePublished on November 17, 2010 by William
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. Read morePublished on September 12, 2010 by trippenhammer