Nokia E70 Video
Nokia E70 Video Transcript
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>> Hi, I'm Bonnie Cha senior associate editor at CNET.com and today we're taking a first look at the Nokia E70. So from the outside it looks like a regular cell phone, actually not all that attractive and pretty clunky. But the cool thing is, you can flip it up and get a full qwerty keyboard for messaging, email. This is a Symbian smart phone actually so you get a lot of tools in here, productivity tools you can edit and view Microsoft Office, Word documents and Excel and PowerPoint. It also has a number of email solutions on here including Blackberry connect and Intel Sync so you can get real time email delivery. On the back here you've got a two mega pixel camera, there is no flash so photo quality was a little on the down side, but still passable. The keyboard on front is nice and spacey yet pretty easy to use and didn't have too many problems with it. Call quality is also really good. If there are some downsides to this it is a little slow when using at multiple applications at the same time. Also there is no US carrier for the E70 so you're going to have to pay about four hundred dollars for an unlocked version of this phone. The E70 also has integrated Blue Tooth and Wi-Fi so you've got some nice wireless options there. I'm Bonnie Cha and this has been the Nokia E70. ^M00:01:16 [ Music ]
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