Nokia introduces thinnest QWERTY smartphone

April 2, 2009 • Mobile and Telecoms

nokia_ceo.jpgNOKIA has announced a new model, the Nokia E71x, the thinnest QWERTY smartphone yet to hit the market.

Shipment will commence in the United States in the next few weeks weeks.

Says Mark Louison, President, Nokia: “The E71x is a lean, mean multimedia machine for busy people who want Internet-on-the-go capabilities in the palm of their hands,”

“Together with our carrier and industry partners in North America, Nokia continues to enhance the consumer mobile experience through a growing range of QWERTY music, messaging and feature rich devices.”

Echoing the sleek design and feel of the world renowned Nokia E71, the Nokia E71x offers the ultimate QWERTY experience to messaging enthusiasts who want a device to complement their busy lifestyles – all in a thin, stylish package.

The phone also has high-speed 3G connectivity, WiFi, and features a built-in music player and a 3.2 megapixel auto-focus camera.

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