Nokia, AT&T debut thinnest smartphone ever

Nokia, AT&T debut thinnest smartphone ever

Summary: The thinnest smartphone on the market is coming to AT&T.Nokia has unveiled its E71x, just 10 millimeters thin and coming to AT&T in "coming weeks" for $99.99. The smartphone, which uses the Symbian OS, offers Wi-Fi, built-in GPS navigation, IM, video share, a music player, 3.2 megapixel camera, notes, calendar and the rest of the standard smartphone utility suite.

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  • The thinnest smartphone on the market is coming to AT&T.

    Nokia has unveiled its E71x, just 10 millimeters thin and coming to AT&T in "coming weeks" for $99.99. The smartphone, which uses the Symbian OS, offers Wi-Fi, built-in GPS navigation, IM, video share, a music player, 3.2 megapixel camera, notes, calendar and the rest of the standard smartphone utility suite.

    Read the original post: Nokia, AT&T debut thinnest smartphone ever
  • The thinnest smartphone on the market is coming to AT&T.

    Nokia has unveiled its E71x, just 10 millimeters thin and coming to AT&T in "coming weeks" for $99.99. The smartphone, which uses the Symbian OS, offers Wi-Fi, built-in GPS navigation, IM, video share, a music player, 3.2 megapixel camera, notes, calendar and the rest of the standard smartphone utility suite.

    Read the original post: Nokia, AT&T debut thinnest smartphone ever

Topics: AT&T, Hardware, Mobility, Nokia, Smartphones

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  • contract ot outright buy

    is that $99 for a 2 year contract or an outright purchase of the phone?
    zain@...
  • RE: Nokia, AT

    Is it thinner than the Touch Diamond ?
    alcontejr@...
  • RE: Nokia, AT

    I believe the prices are always with a 2yr contract. AT&T is not really in the business to sell phones. They are in the business to extend your contract.
    elvisfan0108
  • RE: Nokia, AT

    nokia is the worst company on the block about mobiles and symbian technology is the poorest os in the world of mobile
    nosdeguv@...
  • nokia not in usa

    the reason why nokia has been so out of the us
    market
    was that nokia refused to cripple the phones.
    the us
    is a diffrent structured market than other
    markets,
    where a large part of phones are bought
    separately, as
    most of the phones in the us comes with your
    operator
    subscription.

    I have an E71, not crippled. quite amazing
    phone (or
    multimedia computer camera, netradio etc.
    add7
    • You are sooo right!

      I wish more people would travel to other countries and see how other telecom companies operate.

      We in the US get taken advantage of by our companies. For example, in most other counries minutes are only deducted if you originate the call. Further, in a lot of places, cell time is incredibly cheap. I was in Singpore recently and was able to make innumerable local calls and two daily 5-10 minute international calls for a period of 3 weeks for only $19.00 us dollars.

      It is time that we force these greedy telcoms to be reasonable.
      seaczar
  • VERY NICE PRODUCT!

    Very thin, very nice product!
    DangerFr
  • RE: Nokia, AT

    Whay is Nokia following an old design of the BB insted of leading the market in form and function. Once a upon a time Nokia giant was leading but no more..I loved there phones in the day..
    emorale