Nokia E71

Basic Specs

Thickness 0.39 inches
Weight 0.28 pounds
Form factor Slab
Physical keypad QWERTY
Screen size (diagonal) 2.36 inches
Operating system Symbian
Launch OS version S60 3.1

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Tech Specs

Hardware

Height 4.49 inches
Width 2.24 inches
Thickness 0.39 inches
Weight 0.28 pounds
Form factor Slab
Color Gray, White
Physical keypad QWERTY

Display

Screen size (diagonal) 2.36 inches
Technology LCD
Pixel arrangement RGB
Resolution (Y) 320 px
Resolution (X) 240 px
PPI 170
Touchscreen type None

Connectivity

GSM Yes
GSM frequencies supported 1900, 1800, 900, 850
UMTS / HSPA Yes
UMTS frequencies supported 900, 2100, 1700, 1900, 850
Wi-Fi Yes
Wi-Fi support 802.11g, 802.11b
GPS Yes
Bluetooth Yes
Bluetooth version Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR

Processor

Manufacturer Other
Brand / family ARM 11
Model Freescale MXC-300-xx
Clock speed 369 MHz
Number of cores 1

Memory

RAM size 128 MB

Storage

Internal size 110 MB
External Yes
Max external size 8 GB
External type microSD

Front Camera

Resolution 0.3 megapixels
Video framerate Other

Rear Camera

Resolution 3.2 megapixels
Flash LED
Focus type Autofocus
Video resolution Custom

Software

Operating system Symbian
Skin S60 3rd Edition
Launch OS version S60 3.1
Notable apps OVI Maps

Interface

Headphone jack 2.5mm
Other ports Micro USB, Proprietary

Battery

Capacity 1500 mAh
Removable Yes

Bundled accessories

Bundled accessories Nokia Battery (BP-4L), Nokia Charger (AC-5), Nokia Connectivity Cable (CA-101), Nokia Headset (HS-47), Nokia Eseries Lanyard, Nokia Eseries Pouch, 2GB microSD depending on market/channel

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  • 9.0
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    Reviewed by Aaron Souppouris (Currently owns)

    Note: The breakdown of scores is appropriate for 2008 when I first bought this device, not present day.

    The Nokia E71 was my last smartphone that was just that, a smart phone. It pushed my Gmail perfectly, I could type at 45WPM on it's keyboard, it had a basic podcast downloader/mp3 application, I could wirelessly tether my laptop, I could use Google Maps, and I could browse the full web using Opera. That was pretty much it, but that was all I needed it for, and it did handled everything exceptionally.

    The build quality of the E71 is without a doubt the highest I've seen on any phone. This phone is rock-solid, and only measured a svelte 10mm (it was 2008) thick at the same time.

    The software was functional; barebones, yes, but very stable, and the display, whilst exceptionally low resolution by today's standards, was a transflective LCD panel, so could be used in direct sunlight/harsh fluorescent lighting, staying completely readable.

    As for battery life - if i'm heading into the wilderness for a week (it's happened before, promise), I take my e71 with me, and use my iPhones/Galaxy S II only when completely necessary. This phone lasts 4 days with regular usage, and i've got a week and a half out of it by turning off push.

    I wish all smartphones today were like the e71 - built to last, both in terms of quality and battery life, and most importantly: focused on doing what they're supposed to do, perfectly.

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    • Design 9
    • Display 7
    • Camera(s) 7
    • Reception / call quality 10
    • Performance 9
    • Software 8
    • Battery life 10
    • Ecosystem 5
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