Hi, got this phone with 3 network, very good reception here in uk, and 3g fantastic never miss an email. No complaines about this phone, it suits me very well. I have 2 email addresses and i check one using yahoo go and the other one by checking it with the phone email settings so it's pretty handy.
I use tomtom on it but u must have ur own blutooth gps receiver (doesn't work with the phone gps).
Battery life is fantastic, about 5-6 days in normal use (calls,internet, etc..) and i think a lot mor just standby. sound quality is good, camera is not the best but i didn't buy it for that. so overall well pleased with this phone.
I love it. Its almost 2 months since i bought it, still alot to explore. Sound quality is amazing, resolution is great, web access is fast....
just bought it few days now...really love it...but suddenly my msn messenger programs is lost...need help guys...how i retrived it back or at least where and how do i download it? really appreciate...
Same as others comments, it was a great moment that having this gadget. Before I used almost updated phone such as Sony Ericsson P990i, PDA phones such as O2, HP...but not good as E71. Browse during WLAN , the best phone. I recommend that you will not regrets to buy this phone...take my words
is any body help me to solve the problem when i want to disconntect the call i take to long why? is this manufacturing fault
usen, 01 Dec 2008hello, im in dillema, what should i buy? n79 or this e71? both are in the same range, but what... moreno doubt u should go for Nokia E 71 . I have just bought this phone n its a great pleasure to hold it.
Anonymous, 01 Dec 2008Hello, its a BUSINESS phone, if you want photos buy a digital camera !Agreed its a business phone. Who says business phone users should not expect decent cameras?
I have E71 and having problem in camera some it work properly some times its flash is not working that why its very difficult to take photos , Video is working fine , can anyone solve this issue
excuse my spelling sorry. Im quite tired, may i add this phones sound is impressive.
I recentley recontractwed and chose the E71.
I LOVE IT.
I love the qwerty key board thats hot but if you have real chunky fingers its best to use the side of your thumb or opt for the E66. The landscape screen is awesoome to view pictures and watch videos. The camera is 3.15mp which is a bit better than the standard 2mp camera, only thing that could have made it better would be if it had more options to edit photos like cropping and special xf. It has many options like B+W, sepia, full colour and negative effect.
The phone has a sexy back and the other all look is quite slick even thouh its a wider phone, its not too thick at all. The phone is easy to navigate.
The phone comes with a decent easy to open case. Im pretty happy with this phone. Kudos to Nokia.
This phone is not as good as people make it out to be. First off, it would not play certain real player files that I can play in my e90, which was filmed on a n95. Web browsing was not good at all with sketchy looking graphics than the smooth ones on the e90. My e90 also had no problems connecting to any website I took it to over wifi, but more than half had issues on getting on there on the e71 reporting mostly system error
just got mine today...its by leaps n bounds the best fone i've ever used n trust me i've used just about all the smartfones...
This is, quite simply, one of the best phones I've ever come across. The feature set is overwhelming (I still haven't figured out what all is on it), and the build quality is top notch. The use of metal and plastic is bang on, and each little click of a button is perfect. The weighting of the phone is also nice, just heavy enough to let you know you've got something special. Then there's the styling. It garners attention everywhere I pull it out, and with good reason too. It's absolutely gorgeous. It's one vice is that red power button. It doesn't quite fit with the sober colors of the rest of the phone, and sticks out like a sore thumb. In any case, this is the perfect replacement for my 8600 Luna (since the U900 Soul was a pile of crap), and I wouldn't consider trading this in for anything short of a Vertu or the Tag Heuer Meridiist.
usen, 01 Dec 2008hello, im in dillema, what should i buy? n79 or this e71? both are in the same range, but what... morethey both have the same spec. except for the camera and the look, i think n79 is better. moreover, go to phonegg.com comparison and see the which is better yourself
nokia e71 is a good looking metal phone,but there is
no perfect grip for handling the phone.
it is possible to slip from our hands.
beth, 01 Dec 2008hi ppl who have already e71 i want to ask its e 71 has a dual camera?Front camera only for video conference
djsh, 30 Nov 2008Hai ppl,
I got an e71 from UK and unlocked here in India.
Now the problem is,
-i couldn't u... moreHi there,
U might wanna check with your service provider on the settings for 3G/HSDPA in order to get access to the net via cell.
U need not download anything for Facebook. Other applications like messenger, just do a google search & u will find how to go about it.
Remove the applications and reïnstall them (or alternatives) so that they aren't UK-based anymore. Get them form their Indian sites
Yes, de codebar reader does work. But only for Symbian-aimed codebar. It's not meant for e.g. the codebar on a can of sausages.
The N-series are multimedia-aimed, and the E-series are business aimed. Which is more important to you? The N-series are ok for business and the E-series is ok for multimedia (its's all symbian, so the same applications are possible unless they use f.e. the acelerometer which none of the E-series have). The Nseries lack a keyboard (sucks for webbrowsing, unless you're a quick SMS-typer that's a disadvantage). But a phone is quite personal, and these two are aimed at a different audience. So we can't really advise you when we don't know you as a person and thus your needs in a phone.