Nokia E71 is the successor of E61i, with similar design, but slimmer body (10mm instead of 14mm). With that said, it uses QWERTY keyboard as a primary input source, but it has received a slight improvement over the one found on its predecessor. The keys are a bit bigger and closer together, and the space button is twice the size. The battery cover is now made of stainless steel (like the one on E51), above which is situated the autofocus camera with flash. On one of the side view pictures is shown a 2.5 mm headphone jack and a speaker grill at the bottom, this hints that it may possibly have stereo speakers. A GPS folder is shown on the screen, but it is yet unknown if the phone will have a receiver integrated or will be able to use external one only.
The phones aren’t official yet, but it is rumored that E71 may be announced Today.
source: EngadgetMobile and DechoWireless