hello guys, what kind of software should i download to wacht wmv files
the e71 has a secondary camera on the front so you don't have to turn it around to video call
novice, 20 May 2009Question: would this phone be compatable with Lotus Notes e-mail system?i don't know
Anonymous, 20 May 2009there's a camera in the front tooA camera in the front too !! Ohhh...Cannot see that in the pics...Thx !
this is a very nice phone!! if u dnt like it...u need help! this is one of the best phones nokia has ever made! so get yourself in a mobile shop and buy it..im my mobile shop!
Question: would this phone be compatable with Lotus Notes e-mail system?
If you have skpye with video on this cell phone and connect with another cell phone with skype video....how do you see the person if your cell phone is turned around to video yourself or is this a stupid question. I am new to this idea.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970N82 : entertainment needs(music, games, camera, etc) candy-bar style
E71 : business needs great, QWERTY keyboard, stainless steel finish,
push email like heaven..
Anonymous, 19 May 2009can this phone watch youtube? someone told me that this phone can't stream videos?u can watch Yoy tube as im also watching the same fron last 6 months.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970E71 is much better then N79..
Dont waste ur money on N79, E71 would be a dud choice...
This mobile is good to use and totally user friendly.
i have one problem i am unable to use the question mark and exclamatory mark key on the key pad.
pls giv ur suggestions and pls mail me AT firstname.lastname@example.org
can this phone watch youtube? someone told me that this phone can't stream videos?
Princenbo, 15 May 2009I have had this phone for over one year. Everything works great but all of a sudden it has sta... moreI had similar problem. They said my phone had condensation on the inside and was corroded. Any others with this problem?
Hello, is possible to use www.ebuddy.com with these telephone. Thanks (email@example.com)
Hi, Can anyone tell me which would be the best E-Mail client for Nokia e71... I've tried Emoze, Nokia Messaging... Emoze works fine bur Nokia E-Mail still being in Beta is giving me a lot of problems...
Your suggestions will be well appreciated.
I had discovered the Auto-Focus function for camera which located on num 2 keypad on this phone and its really works. :)
As a preface to my review, I am a fan of smartphones of the Windows Mobile variety, and have owned some extremely different phones before this own. For example, my last phone was an HTC Touch Pro.
But by some stroke of luck, I came to own this phone, and to my own shock, I am amazingly happy with it.
To begin, the first thing I want to compliment this phone on is screen readability/clarity. Doing anything which required a good screen and clarity on this phone was amazingly pleasant. Coming from a phone which had a larger screen and a much better resolution, one would think that this would be an enormous issue for me, but it wasn't.
Web browsing on the E71 was a joy and was often very user friendly. The text was clear and very readability; very websites presented a visual problem for me. Reading documents was also very, very nice. In fact, I think the only think the E71 didn't do well was in reading PDFs, but it is possible that the issue is due more to the software (Adobe Reader) than the actual phone.
The second thing I want to speak about is the multimedia capability of this phone: It blows all the previous phones I have out of the water. It seems almost silly to say considering the E71 is a multimedia phone whereas I had owned business-class phones before. Nonetheless, I still felt the need to say it.
The E71's speaker placement (on the top of the phone) is perfect, but what makes the phone's multimedia truly special is the sheer quality. Playing music on the phone was fantastic; I played multiple songs I'm familiar with and the clarity they had were excellent. On my previous phones, I either couldn't or had a very difficult time listening to the details in songs, but I had no issue with it on the E71. It was able to play songs at a very high quality.
Additionally, I have tested various videos on the E71, and I'm also happy to report that it also seems very, very good. Lag is either non-existent or very minimal. The most major thing about this? Full, large videos play without lag too; something that I'm generally very unfamiliar with. Quality could be a bit better, but nonetheless, I'm in love.
Now, I compliment the E71 a lot, but it is not without its faults. For one thing, as a Windows Mobile fan, I'm someone who likes to have the ability to customize his phone from the top all the way to the bottom. I suppose for most, it wouldn't be an issue, but to me personally, I think that it is a bit of a downfall.
WM has such an enormous selection of software, support, and such customizability that losing all of it was definitely a big disadvantage when going to the E71, which, of course, uses Symbian OS. Symbian OS does, at least from my perspective, appear to be more efficient, and more stable, but overall, it does not outweigh the loss. I'm just glad Symbian enjoys just good support from mainstream developers.
Additionally, aside from what I said above, there is something else I dislike about the Nokia E71. See, I am the kind of guy who likes to have phones with a QWERTY keyboard. The E71 has that, but it's the kind of keyboard designed to be used with the thumb on the hand you hold the phone with. Unfortunately, I happen to like the QWERTY keybords which allow you to type with both thumbs. It's not a big complaint, but a noticeable one.
Regardless, what is my recommendation for the phone? I would say it is an extremely good phone.
The web browsing/reading experience is great, multimedia capability is awesome, the camera is pretty decent, and aside from a few small faults (which is dependent upon person), there is really nothing wrong with the phone as far as I can see. If one is one the market, one can do a lot worse than the E71.
From my perspective, this phone is absolutely a blast to use.