Updating nokia e71
That's going to be a deal breaker for some, to be sure.But for more casual business users, the E71's vast array of features is going to be very, very attractive.
Setting up Nokia's Mail for Exchange program required no IT help or time.
But it's fair to say that at this point every day of Bold delay is Nokia's gain, securing the E71 stand as the single ruler of the QWERTY messenger realm. Read full review There’s a good quality A-GPS chip.
Coupled with Nokia Maps, it gives access to real time maps (you’ll need to subscribe for voice guidance). Coupled with Nokia Maps, it gives access to real time maps (you’ll need to subscribe for voice guidance).
I'd really like better enterprise email support in a device like this, but I still feel that the E71 is worthy of a "Highly Recommended" rating for the vast majority of the world that doesn't depend on Black Berry support....
More As a pure business phone, the Nokia E71's enterprise email support leaves something to be desired.
Quick Office let us create, edit and send Word/Excel/Power Point files on the fly while we browsed PDFs with Adobe Acrobat Reader.