New Nokia N71

Posted: Nov 2 2005, 7:25am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:43pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
New Nokia N71
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Besides the Nokia N80 and the Nokia N92, Nokia also introduced the Nokia N71 in its Nseries.

The Nokia N71 is compared to the Nokia N70 is a flip phone and not a candy-bar. The new Nseries multimedia 3G mobile phone features a 2.4" QVGA display, 2MP digital camera, Nokia XpressMusic, FM-Tuner, USB 2.0 and miniSD card slot. The Nokia N71 supports the new Nokia Web Browser with Mini Map and RSS feed support. I need to see this new browser it sounds promising.

Compared the the Nokia N80 and N92 the N71 is more a standard multimedia mobile phone for the masses.The Nokia N71, which is based on S60 3rd Edition and Symbian OS, is planned to be commercially available in the first quarter of 2006 with an estimated, unsubsidized sales price of approximately 400 euros.
More details in this Nokia press-release.

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