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Switched to Nokia E71 from N95 8GB July 29, 2008

Posted by asimag in E71, N95, N95 8GB, Nokia Symbian.
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Yesterday I sold my N95 8GB and bought Nokia flagshop model E71. I am very very happy with this mobile.

Pros:

Screen is very good. Its dimensions horizontal and vertical are ideal for internet browsing experience and reading email/messages. N95 8gb Screen was some what landscape and you need to rotate it.

FAST, FAST FAST yes, very fast, faster than 8GB. 8GB was so slow installing programs take forever. Credit to its 8GB build in memory for very slow response. Even transfering music files takes for ever on 8GB.

Multiple Home Screens, Yes you can switch between them and themes also changes when you switch.

Notification icons on Home screen.

Dedicated buttons for Home, Contacts, Calendar, Messaging

Beautiful and Sleek looking with pouch.

Excellent QWERTY keybad.

Fast Web Browser supporting YouTube

Comes with Applications like RT Racing, Multiscanner, Advance Call Manager, Solitarie, WorldMate, WiPresenter

Full MS Office Support, create spreadsheets edit existing ones.

Cool illuminated center pad blinks when message comes.

1500ma battery gives 20 hours of standby time.

I purchased it from Hafeez Center @ Rs. 37000/- It comes will Full URDU language support.

Well done nokia…Don’t buy iphone my advice…See on this on my latter article.

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1. Farhan - September 30, 2008

Are you having hangup problems with the phone as soon as I connect USB cable , it hangs up or memory card goes to ” Memory Card in use mode ” I’ve fixed it by encrypting it but still it hangs up a lot


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