Nokia launches world’s thinnest QWERTY smartphone

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by Jan Harris

Nokia launches world's thinnest QWERTY smartphone
Nokia has added the world’s thinnest Qwerty smartphone to its E-series of business handsets.

The next-generation E71 replaces the Nokia E61.

Despite being just 1cm thin the E71 features GPS, HSDPA, and switchable home screens to help keep business and home life separate.

It comes with Nokia’s email software which can be set up by simply entering an email address and password. Microsoft Exchange client software is also included.

The device also features a 3.2 megapixel camera with flash.



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  1. elan says:

    i think this a wonderful addition in nokia E series. this set is very easy to handle and use by people related to business class as well as normal household people. by using this mobile set one can easily access to his or her email account. connectivity of this mobile set is as fast as anything. i waiting for the launch of this mobile set in pakistan.

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