Product Review: Nokia E71-Part 2

The QWERTZ-Alleskönner?
Keyboard: The full QWERTY keyboard of the Nokia E71, I dedicate a separate chapter, because here Nokia has done all the work and designed a phone that is pleasantly compact and can hardly be described as a second phone. Even my beloved Blackberrys do not come here. The keyboard of the Nokia is small and the keys are very close together, but by a pleasant rounding they can be used more purposefully. After the first few dozen emails, the blind flight via the keyboard is no longer a problem, even with bigger fingers like I have. The pressure point is also very pleasant, fatigue symptoms of the hands I can not determine when typing.

 

Only the number pad, which is shared in the middle of the keyboard together with the other buttons, is somewhat worse to use, since the buttons are hardly highlighted in color and one must look more than once, if one wants to operate or telephone. The white keyboard lighting is easy to read, both during the day and at night, it gives enough contrast.

Personal Information Manager&Multimedia
According to cellphoneexplorer, one of the strengths of Nokia Smartphones with Symbian has always been that the organizing department is decent to use. Calendar, address book, task list, all this is there and can be synchronized with the PC Suite and Outlook. There are also solutions for Mac fans.Here the Nokia E71 can earn the full score and needs to hide from any other device. The contact management is as usual practical. Quick office is available as a document viewer, but only viewing is possible, no editing. For that you have to pay for the update. Other standard tools are a zip program, bar code scanner, conversion assistant and pocket calculator. I can only emphasize again that the Symbian is an open platform and there are a sufficient number of apps (even long before Apple has its apps so “gehyped”), however, they are not as clear as the Apple App Store listed. There is still a lot of catching up at Nokia. Nokia wants to offer a neat App Store however shortly.

E-mails are also no problem with the Nokia E71, the setup assistant queries all access data and jerks are the e-mails on the mobile phone. HTML is displayed as an attachment in the browser, PDFs via the PDF viewer. Unfortunately, there is no Blackberry functionality for the E71, here Nokia was more important than that of the users. Too bad, you just missed a chance to make me and many other users happy.

The Internet is not an eyewitness in the E71 compared to the usual suspects like iPhone or G1, but the browser meets the necessities. Based on Safaris Webcore, the browser is fast enough, can display frames and PHP as well as popups and give a quick overview of the website with the Minimaps function. Thanks to the QWERTZ keyboard, the entry of longer URLs is no longer a horror specter. RSS is offered to complement, but the possibilities are limited in this regard on the Nokia unfortunately.

The multimedia department I only strip for a short time, because I was not really interested in Nokia E71. Music player has it, Symbian makes itself quite neat and the camera with 3.2 megapixels, autofocus and LED flash is also decent. It is suitable for snapshots during the day, unsuitable at night.
Battery life The battery has strong 1500 mAh and thus the mobile phone is ready for at least one full working day. In normal use you get 2 to 3 days loose, if you use the phone rarely, it should last a short week. Massively the battery is required by e-mail, WLAN and surfing in the UMTS network, then the battery is flat within a few hours.

Conclusion
The Nokia E71 is the epitome of an efficient and easy to use business device. The display is pleasantly large and thanks to the cross-format it is especially easy to send e-mails and text messages. However, the E71 has now a few months on the hump and I’m curious how the Nokia E75 will assert that I hope soon hold in the hands.

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