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Well if your dreams of a new set have been dashed by the Nokia XpressMusic 5800's issues but you still want to shop Nokia, here's a deal for you. Amazon's Gold Box sale today features the lovely -- and arguably Nokia's sassiest QWERTY smartphone -- Nokia E71 in gray for $289 shipped. We peeked at N

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We sniffed out Nokia's new E55 not-a-QWERTY QWERTY candybar phone, which uses a SureType-esque predictive text mechanism with two letters per key, and looks pretty good doing it. Nokia's calling this the \"world's thinnest smartphone,\" quite the feat if it's true, and it might just give Nokia's ultr

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Nokia's not pulling any punches about the fact that its seemingly business-oriented E71 serves double duty as one of the sexiest QWERTY devices ever to see retail, showing it off in two gorgeous new schemes: chrome / red and solid black. We've seen these before, but never in any official capacity;

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If you're in Europe and you've got an E71, sit down for a second -- we have something serious we need to share with you: you've got a massive upgrade waiting. Nokia's svelte, sexy QWERTY set has been upgraded to v200.21.118, bringing with it a laundry list of fixes, additions, and improvements, incl

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Certainly seems that this thing is actually going to happen -- much to the delight of jaded E62 users looking for some kind of relief. The well-scooped E71x has just gotten its user's manual upped to Nokia USA's site, showing off the QWERTY beast in all its tweaked, branded glory. Not as useful as.

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Just a few days ago we got our mitts on the QWERTY Nokia E63, and now Mobile Burn's got a full-on review of the device. They think the phone's attractive for its price, and are particularly fans of its feel and contacts system, while the obvious drawbacks -- lack of GPS and HSDPA, plus a less pow

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While the N97 was free to fondle, the slightly less exciting E63 was decidedly bolted to a table, so we had to take what angles we could get. The phone is basically a cheap-o version of the E71: Nokia figured it had a good thing going on in that QWERTY candybar, and decided to spread the love at a

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While the N97 was free to fondle, the slightly less exciting E63 was decidedly bolted to a table, so we had to take what angles we could get. The phone is basically a cheap-o version of the E71: Nokia figured it had a good thing going on in that QWERTY candybar, and decided to spread the love at a

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The writing was on the wall following Nokia's official withdrawal from Japan, and sure enough, NTT DoCoMo has now officially nixed plans to bring the E71 to market early next year. In a product lineup flush with wide VGA displays, giant cameras, and happiness generators, we suspect the QVGA QWERTY

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Looks like the Daytime Emmy-quality drama that's infiltrated the Nokia E71's entry into the Canadian market may finally be drawing to an overdue end. Originally, Fido had been rumored to be the lucky recipient of the sexy little S60 number with QWERTY, but at some point, parent company Rogers became

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Although it's running a few days behind the European update, we suppose late always trumps never when it comes to refreshed firmware. As of now, Americans can suck down v110.07.127 for their E71-2 in order to take advantage of a smattering of bug fixes. Most notably, users should see Nokia Email upd

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We've been hearing for ages that there was a super-special version of the E71 with an AT&T ROM floating around somewhere in Nokia's skunkworks, but solid evidence of its existence has been scarce to say the least; some said it was canceled, some said it was just taking its sweet time going thro

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We've been hearing for ages that there was a super-special version of the E71 with an AT&T ROM floating around somewhere in Nokia's skunkworks, but solid evidence of its existence has been scarce to say the least; some said it was canceled, some said it was just taking its sweet time going thro

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If you've got absolutely no complaints with your E66 or E71, you could just leave better off alone and forget that you ever read this. If you've got beef, however, we'd suggest hitting the read link pronto. Nokia has just unloaded a new firmware update for both of the aforementioned mobiles which i

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Hot on the heels of RIM's BlackBerry Bold finally hitting AT&T sales channels comes word that Japan's NTT DoCoMo has also joined in to offer the handset. As the Asian carriers dump their cornucopia of fall 2008 mobiles onto the world, this particular one is serving up 22, all divided into the S

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Hot on the heels of RIM's BlackBerry Bold finally hitting AT&T sales channels comes word that Japan's NTT DoCoMo has also joined in to offer the handset. As the Asian carriers dump their cornucopia of fall 2008 mobiles onto the world, this particular one is serving up 22, all divided into the S

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From a corporate standpoint, we can sort of understand the parent company's desire to have the best handset launches all to itself, but it sure would've been kind of it to throw FIDO a proverbial bone. If you'll recall, whispers were in the air that Rogers, FIDO's parent company, would be reserving

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Remember how AT&T ended up picking up the original E61 as the E62 -- but somewhere along the way, the tweaked version lost two of the E61's most important features, 3G and WiFi? Yeah, that sucked. The good news, though, is that since the E62's release, AT&T's really warmed up to WiFi and man

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Nokia's slim and slick E71 has been touted -- OK, rumored, but we're hopeful -- to have its eyes set on the number two GSM provider in Canada, FIDO. While no pricing info is being bandied about, the \"news\" does see it landing during the November timeframe. Rogers, FIDO's parent company and only GSM

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