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How would you change Nokia's E71?

Darren Murph
August 22, 2008
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Handset lovers in some regions of the world not named North America have been enjoying the luxuries of Nokia's E71 for some time now, but those of us waiting around for a version compatible with 3G here on this side of the planet have just recently been able to indulge. Make no mistake, though -- this piece of QWERTY goodness ain't cheap. Ringing up at right around 500 bones, USers have the right to have some pretty high expectations, and we're here to ask if those expectations have been met. Are you satisfied with the ultrathin smartphone? Is the display up to snuff? How's that keyboard? Are you kosher with the white keys? What else would you do to improve upon the E71? Leave it all in comments below.

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