Nokia E71 Debuts in the U.S.

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Nokia’s E-series devices have been rarely sold through U.S. carriers and as a result they have usually have to be imported by wholesale retailers or bought through one of Nokia’s flagship stores.

Nokia E71

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The E71 is reportedly the latest to go on sale at Nokia’s Chicago flagship store. In addition, it’s the North American (NAM) variant that’s available. This model features compatibility with AT&T’s 3G network.

The listed price for the E71 at the Chicago store is $473.

More about the Nokia E71

The Nokia E71 has a 320-by-240-pixel QVGA screen and QWERTY keyboard design that similar to devices such as the Palm Treo 800w, RIM BlackBerry Curve, and Samsung BlackJack II, though in a body that is only 10mm thick.

It comes with 802.11g Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth 2.0 with EDR and A2DP, 3.2 megapixel digital camera with Carl Zeiss optics and auto focus, a microSDHC memory card slot, and Symbian S60 Feature Pack 1 operating system.

For more information about the Nokia E71, visit the Nokia website and view Brighthand’s preview.

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