Nokia E71x & RIM, dubbed the thinnest smartphone in the U.S.
New York ? Nokia and Research In Motion (RIM) are promoting brains and a slender body in launching new smartphones for AT&T?s cellular network.
The Nokia E71x, dubbed the thinnest smartphone in the U.S. with a depth of 0.39 inches, became available May 5th through AT&T-owned stores and the carrier?s Web site at $99 after $50 rebate.
I like the look of that. it is a bit sharper than that other one.
I had the Nokia E71 when it was unlocked. It was a very nice phone, little hard to type on and the screen was tiny but it is jam packed with features. The problem I had with it was twofold, one AT&T sucks and two, their email app is awful.
yeah, it does look tiny, not to shabby. I wouldn't buy it, but i'm sure it would appeal to some.
Super thin to, side shot here AT&T
Originally Posted by Neolantis
It is super tiny and feels great in the hand. I still have one but it sits idle in my desk (like so many other phones )
wow yeah, very thin.
Originally Posted by cruznthru
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