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Nokia E71 SIM-Free Mobile Phone - Grey Steel

by Nokia
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  • Experience improved email with One Touch keys and QWERTY keyboard
  • Set up your email easily using the settings wizard
  • Large, user-friendly screen and high-speed 3G data connectivity
  • 3.2 mega-pixel camera

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.7 x 1 x 11.4 cm ; 127 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 340 g
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  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Item model number: 5051495081376
  • ASIN: B001BYDP8I
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 July 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 47,736 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

It's good being in the loop. It's also good to not have to stay at your desk to do so. Now, whether you feel like logging on or turning off, you know you'll always stay beautifully connected wherever you are.

Improve your work flow with mobile access to your business and personal email. Setup is simple, and a dedicated email key and full keyboard help you get your message out.

Stay up to speed with 3G, HSPDA, and WLAN connectivity - vital links to help keep you connected to a great messaging and mobile browsing experience.

Arrive on time to your destination with Nokia Maps and integrated A-GPS, helping your stay one step ahead of your meeting schedule.


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Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

51 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Mark Aitken on 26 Jan. 2009
I've had this phone for 3 months on contract, it's the exact same phone.

I was trying to reduce the number of gadgets to charge and have with me. I used to carry a mobile phone, a PDA (Dell Axim) and sometimes an iPod mini. This one thing has managed to replace them all without too much compromise.

For the features on offer and the slim profile of the phone, the battery life is really impressive. I get 2 days usage before requiring a recharge with 3G switched on with probably.
- checking mail around 10 times a day
- sending around 20 SMS's
- around 30mins to 1 hour talking per day
- using the web for around 2 hours
- listening to audio (podcasts and music) for around 2 hours per day
- checking calendar, around 30 mins per day

The headphone socket is 2.5mm which is a small pain, I bought a set of Seinheusers with a 2.5mm jack to solve this. I notice a background 'hiss' from the phone using headphones, I'm fairly sure it's the phone causing it and not the headphones, but can't be certain. Many other people reported the same problem via the web, it's not too bad when you get used to it. I notice that music from my iPod is far far cleaner and better to listen and appreciate music with. It's a trade off I made which I think was right for me but might not suit everyone. Recommend trying to listen to one if this sounds like a problem for yourself. The speaker is good and loud, I listen to music from it in the kitchen making food, it's good enough to hear over my pot banging and chopping!

The screen is bright and big enough to read. Yes I do sometimes which it was as pretty as the newer, larger screens on recent devices, however the display is really sharp and clear and probably contributes to the battery life.
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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Rhys Lewis on 17 Jan. 2009
This is without doubt not only one of the best phones Nokia have ever produced, but the best I have ever owned.
It is literally crammed with features, like support for Office documents, 3.5g (HSDPA), WiFi, Bluetooth, IrDA, GPS, a Sat Nav ap, 3.2mp camera with AF and Flash, full music playing software with support for 8gb Micro SDHC cards, QWERTY keyboard etc etc... the list really does go on.
The size of the thing is a source of confusion. Quite how they've managed to fit all this tech into a device less than 10mm thick is beyond me... Normally feature-rich smart phones of this type tend to drain the battery at a rapid rate, and particularly in a device this thin you might imagine that standby/talk time would be poor. But oh no, Nokia have managed to squeeze a 1500MaH battery into the E71, which gives it a real edge over other phones in this class. In light to moderate use, it will last 7-10 days. Heavy use of all the features will shorten this time to 4 or 5 days, which is still mightily impressive.
Overall, an inspired piece of technology, which every business user or consumer should have on their mobile phone wish list. Highly recommended!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Son of Sam on 20 Oct. 2008
My trusty IPAQ 6910 was nearing the end of it's life after 2 years of okayish service. The IPAQ did everything but nothing well, if you know what I mean.

I had decided that I was either going to go for an IPhone or the (at that time) new Nokia E71. I decided on the E71 due to the fact that it had a keypad and could therefore handle 'one handed texting'.

This has turned out to be the best decision of my life. This is an absolutely incredible bit of kit. It is loaded with features but is also really really easy to use. The mobile Internet is superb and hooking it up to a laptop to use as a 3G modem couldn't be easier. Battery life has proved to be excellent. The 3.2MP camera, speaker and recorder are all superb. It has also proven to be reliable with no faults or bugs. The screen isn't as big as the IPhone but it's perfectly adequate.

Unlike the IPAQ, this phone does everything well and in my opinion has few peers. As a business tool, it's streets ahead of the IPhone whilst still providing a host of leisure facilities.

Can't recommend this highly enough.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By James Winter on 22 Sept. 2008
Having been a Blackberry user in the past, I'm impressed to see Nokia have definitely now 'caught up' in qwerty phones. I still use my Nokia N95 for weekends, but this is my weekday warrior now. Really fast for typing emails, web surfing etc. The camera phone is quick and good, and I usually end up emailing the images via gmail (which I set up on the phone in 30 secs!) Also web surfing is straightforward, with good screen size and res. I have my Ovi Share account, as well as Flickr and Facebook accounts, connected so I can send images, links etc. to my networks. Battery life is good too, which really makes a difference when you're on the move and little time to charge. A nifty feature I've started using is a program which wirelessly transmits the phone screen's image to my laptop for product demos etc. With a portable projector I can then project the phone's image to a big screen for presentation on large screens. Cool. I've got used to the compact keypad now, and its much more accurate and effective than it feels at first. I also like the alternate home screen (I have one set up for work, the other for play). I also use Nokia maps for driving and walking nav and its pretty handy. Good work Nokia.
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