Best phone i ever see. Very good keyboard great UI experience.
Very slim on the pocket and the gps navigation works great.
i have a big problem.. when i select 'home screen - basic' i would like to set up the 'selection key' to go straight to my 'inbox' (right now i can only select 'messeging')
how do i do that?
can anyone help??????
Gman, 13 Jul 2008I don't buy touch-screen at all.Maybe for people like me who want things reliable and accurate... moredo you need to subscribe to the phone provider service to get GPS function? does it have voice direction?
I am extremely happy with the features. The battery life is excellent. The phone is sleek and very user friendly. I would recommend this to my friends.
perfect, perfect! not that crapy and with no-auto-focus camera from my e61i :D
For those who want to use blackberry connect ,just install the version for E90 it will work.
Camera quality is not that good, but it is a business phone anyway. A fun feature it has is business card reader which works great. Just snap a pic of the card and the phone fills in all contact info for you in the phonebook. Overall by far the best Nokia phone I have had so far(number 8 for me)
Ice, 10 Jul 2008Hi I am using E71 for last one week. I stay in India (pune). This phone is really cool if u ne... moreI am considering to buy the E71... Can you please tell - HOW IS THE QUALTY OF THE CAMERA ? Are the pix sharp or pixelated?
HASNAIN VIRANI, 13 Jul 2008Hey guys just bouight the e71 one day asgo its an awsome phone.Guys who are debating to buy a ... moreDid you try clicking pictures? How is the picture quality... i heard it ain't so great ! - Btw, how much did you pay for this phone?
I think, palm treos keyboard looks promising and easier to navigate than this.
The matte finish also makes the devise looks solid.
do the e71 store the contacts like the usual nokia phone? or do it store like the other pda phone? which is one cellphone, one home phone, one business phone? thanks
Unboxing of the E71 with images and video:
arrow, 14 Jul 2008does anyone know if this phone can support blackberry?no it wont.
Went to the Nokia shop to try it because I was worried that the keypad was too small. I also try the E66 and E90.
After playing for a while, I come to appreciate why Nokia shrink the Qwerty keypad. A handphone qwerty will always be too small for ten fingers typing. So we really use our thumb or at most 2 more fingers. The E90 has a bigger keypad but is actually quite difficult to thumb-type because holding it in the hand, DFGHJK keys will be quite a stretch for the thumb.
E71 has just the right stretch plus each key is rounded which give a clear feel as your thumb move across the pad.
I compare the E66 to see what screen estate is lost with the E71 and surprising is almost the same. Just one in portrait mode and the other in landscape.