The Nokia E71 Grey is a smart new 3G mobile with a Symbian OS 9.2, Series 60 v3.1 UI operating system and ARM 11 369 MHz processor that makes it a powerful performer. Primarily it can be considered a quality messaging unit but it is also a class32 GPRS enabled device with Wi-Fi capability and 3G HSDPA high speed download at the rate of 3.6 Mbps. Equipped with a WAP 2.0 /xHTML, HTML browser, the handset always comes handy for accessing Internet on the move. The display of this device is a 2.36 inch TFT screen with 16M colours. Practically capable of storing unlimited phone book entries and fields, the handset has an internal memory of 110 MB plus memory space is further expandable up to 8 GB with the help of the provided card. For fast data exchange with some other device Bluetooth with A2DP and USB prove to be excellent mediums.
Although the range and the features of the Nokia E71 Grey are indeed breathtaking, it is equipped with 3.15 MP camera. Even features like auto-focus and LED flash features are available to beautify the images quality of the camera. The secondary camera comes handy for video calling. Along with these, there are many other smart features like an FM radio, and a class apart music player which is compatible with different music file formats like MP3, WMA, WAV, RA, AAC, M4A. Push to talk, Voice command /dial, Organizer, a Class 32 EDGE and various Java down-loadable games are nice options to delight the users. The 5-way scroll key really works out good for easier navigational accessibility.
Important documents can be viewed and edited through Document Editor software in different formats like Word, Excel, PowerPoint and PDF. And much to the relief the support for the MS Office 2007 is available via free updates which means no more hassles opening documents in different formats. The gadget is also GPS capable with A-GPS support and comes along Nokia Maps. It is available in White Steel, Black and Red colours apart from Grey, the Nokia E71 Grey has a standard Li-Po, 1500mAh battery which gives a heavy duty performance of up to 480 hrs of standby time and 4 and ½ hrs of talk time. The price of the device would be a point of discretion considering the fact that it faces tough competition from BlackBerry Bold 9000 and the Sony Ericsson P1.
Post time: 04-12-2017