New Nokia is 'slim and text-focused'
5 May 2009 — 10:47 AM
Nokia claims one of its latest phones is not only ideal for messaging, it is also the slimmest of its type.
The Finnish manufacturer says the E71x is a model that is "the slimmest smartphone on the market" and is highly-anticipated by those who want a handset primarily focussed on text and email.
It is noted the handset also answers an issue highlighted by a survey conducted on its behalf by Braun Research - which showed one in two respondents preferred to communicate in this way rather than make a voice call.
Nokia spokesman David Petts commented: "The trend for messaging, whether email, IM, texting or social networking, is stronger than ever - we are seeing a real shift in the way people prefer to communicate."
The E71x is equipped with a full qwerty keyboard, 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity, a 3.2-megapixel camera with auto-focus technology and an integrated media player.
Nokia's original E71 is also available now and comes in black, grey and white.
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