Nokia N71: Powerful 3G Multimedia Device

By: Caitlin Lucy

Nokia has introduced the Nokia N71, a high performance multimedia device for excellent music experience on the move. The device has been elegantly designed in a compact fold and comes with high resolution 2.4 inch QVGA display - providing an excellent interface for watching video footage, pictures as well as phone features. The Nokia N71 offers a versatile range of entertainment and connectivity options - making it a complete mobile device. Browsing Web pages on a large display screen is a real pleasure. Synchronise emails or keep you updated with the latest news and information. And with RSS feeds, you get all the Web and news updates directly in your mobile phone.



Moreover, the slim device keeps you entertained with digital music, videos, FM radio and lots more. Endowed with Nokia XpressMusic, the Nokia N71 provides ultimate mobile music experience on the move. Supported with up to 2GB of miniSD card - the device allows more space for music tracks, videos and other data files. Moreover, the Nokia N71 with connectivity options such as USB and Bluetooth wireless technology allow you to transfer multimedia files swiftly. Additional features of the device including a 2.0 mega-pixel camera, messaging services and lots more.

Capture the world with a 2.0 mega-pixel camera and share pictures via MMS. You can also share images via Nokia XpressShare solution. Powered by 3G technology, the device also lets you enjoy video calling feature. Built on Symbian S60 3rd Edition OS, you can download other software applications in your device. Download entertainment and productivity tools and add more power to your mobile phone . Enriched with third generation technology, the Nokia N71 provides impeccable connectivity options. The powerful device offers fast data connectivity and broadband speed mobile Internet - with the Nokia N71, you will always stay connected with the world - no matter wherever you go.

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