2 weeks with the Nokia E71


I’ve been asked to review the Nokia E71. Nokia Philippines lent me a review unit for two weeks.

The E71 is part of Nokia’s Eseries, a line of smartphones for business use. The phone’s features can make any heavy mobile user drool: wi-fi and high-speed mobile Internet connectivity, easy e-mail setup through Nokia’s service, integrated A-GPS, an integrated 3.2-megapixel camera and all the features you’d expect from a modern phone such as Bluetooth connectivity, expandable media storage, FM radio, digital media playing capabilities etc.

The two-week test will be the longest time in probably more than five years that I’ve used a Nokia phone. I’d try out Nokia units once in a while for several minutes and that’s the full extent of my usage.

The last Nokia unit I used extensively was, I’m embarrassed to admit, the venerable Nokia 5110. After that, I switched to Ericsson, starting with the R320s and stuck to the company, which later merged with Sony, until this day.

I’m excited to try the unit out. I’ll be blogging the entire review process here as well as posting constant Twitter updates that you can read at the sidebar on the right or in my Twitter page.

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  1. Hi, Sir!

    An internationally-acclaimed Pinoy internet marketing expert will hold a press conference in Cebu on Feb 03, 2009. His name is Joel Christopher. Since the date is already very near, I would need all the help I can get in spreading the word around. I’m just wondering if I could submit an article (in the form of a press release) to be posted on your blog.

    By the way, since you’re also from Sunstar Cebu, may I also take this opportunity to ask for the procedures for getting the press release printed on paper or posted online?

    Looking forward to your response.

    God bless,

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