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CTIA Wireless 2009: AT&T bags Nokia E71x

Nokia E71x AT&T QWERTY smartphone CTIA Wireless 2009 Las Vegas

Nokia E71x AT&T QWERTY smartphone CTIA Wireless 2009 Las VegasWant the thinnest QWERTY smartphone in the US? You’ll be signing up for the Nokia E71x with AT&T then…

Nokia chose the CTIA Wireless 2009 show in Las Vegas to announce the deal with AT&T, which will see the phone rolled out in the coming weeks.  

“The E71x is a lean, mean multimedia machine for busy people who want Internet-on-the-go capabilities in the palm of their hands," said Mark Louison, president of Nokia.

Here’s the product blurb:
“The black steel coloured Nokia E71x, exclusive to AT&T, houses all the multimedia and messaging capabilities people have come to crave in a world-class smartphone, made even more enjoyable with a large, high-resolution screen and full QWERTY keyboard.  The Nokia E71x makes it easier to stay in touch with friends, family and business contacts via social networking sites and corporate or personal emails, using Mail for Exchange or any of thousands of Internet service providers such as Gmail, Yahoo! mail and Hotmail.
The thinnest QWERTY smartphone on the market, the Nokia E71x, has high-speed 3G connectivity, WiFi, and features a built-in music player and a 3.2 megapixel auto-focus camera to connect people to their passions – be it messaging, social networking, listening to music or taking and sharing images.
The device’s S60 platform enables users to truly personalize their mobile experience, providing access to third-party application downloads, themes and profile settings, in addition to popular AT&T services, like AT&T Navigator. Keep tabs on your workload and view your documents with support for Quickoffice.”

The Nokia E71x is expected to be available in the coming weeks in AT&T stores and online at AT&T’s wireless website at a retail price of $99.99 (after rebate) with a two-year AT&T contract.



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