CTIA 2009: Live Report
Here it is - the much-anticipated and not that elusive Nokia smart phone, the E71x. The handset is an AT&T variety of the standard E71, only slightly modified. It has a darket color to begin with plus the camera for video conversations is now missing. AT&T has left its mark as well, since you are to find all the standard goodies of the carrier here.
It’s not that it isn’t nice, but we just aren’t too excited over the E71x’s timing, maybe because of its rather untimely market appearance (has not happened yet). It is smart, it is thin, but there is nothing really special about it. As we have come to think of it, it´s far more exciting to watch on the leaked photos than in reality, really.
Nokia E71x Specifications | E71 Review
In a nutshell – the Nokia 1661 is a entry level candy-bar phone with a small display and a standard numeric keypad. First, what is the most conservative form-factor that comes to mind? Second, take its unusually small display, given the today’s standards, then throw a traditional numeric keypad into the deal and what you get is called the Nokia 1661. If you think this isn’t enough for the average user – Nokia doesn’t. And who needs a camera anyway?!
Now seriously, ultra-low-end handsets do need to be available in the catalogue of every manufacturer. The 1661 is exactly this kind of device.
Nokia 1661 US Specifications
Nokia 1661 Specifications
1. rehnhart posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:42 0 0
You guys are the only ones actually covering this today, all the other sites are MIA. Hope to hear some good Android news, keep it going guys.
2. SDAlpha1510 posted on 02 Apr 2009, 13:13 0 0
I noticed that as well. I am really hoping for some Verizon phones to show up. Coverages is great, keep it up.
3. rehnhart posted on 02 Apr 2009, 18:30 0 0
Yeah, come on Big Red, show us something new besides your "new" app store and The Hub. I'm looking for some new phones.
4. rehnhart posted on 03 Apr 2009, 13:15 0 0
Is CTIA over, I haven't seen an update in hours. Hello. Hello. Anybody home?