Nokia N71

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Nokia N71
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Manufacturer Nokia
Compatible networks Single band UMTS / UMTS 2100, Quad band GSM / GPRS / GSM 850, GSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900
Successor Nokia N75
Form factor Clamshell
Dimensions 98.6 x 51.2 x 25.8mm
Weight 139g
Operating system Symbian 9.1 (S60 3rd)
CPU 220 MHz
Memory 10 megabytes
Removable storage 128 MiB MiniSD card
Battery Li-Ion 970 mAh (BL-5C)
Display 320x240 pixels, 262,144 colors
External display 96x68 pixels, 65,000 colors
Rear camera 2 Megapixel
Front camera VGA

The Nokia N71 is a smartphone announced by Nokia on November 2, 2005,[1] and released in June 2006. It was Nokia's joint-first clamshell smartphone, like the N92 announced on the same day. The N71 runs on Symbian OS v9.1 (S60 3rd Edition).

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The N71 closed

Features include a 2 megapixel camera, a built-in flash, a front VGA camera to allow real-time video calling, FM radio, Bluetooth, digital music player functionality, comes standard with a full Web browser, and has support for 3D Java games. It also has 3G and a microSD card slot for expandable memory.

Other features include its ability to transfer data via W-CDMA 2100, GPRS and EDGE.

Nokia promotes the N71's 2-megapixel digital rear camera as producing high-quality photography and video as well as its music and radio functionality (the phone's multimedia mini-SD card means it can hold up to 2 gigabytes, equating to potentially hundreds of tracks).

According to Nokia its specifications are:

  • Battery stand-by max - 216 hours
  • Battery talk time max - 240 mins
  • SAR rating - 0.38 W/kg.

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