I personally think this could very well be the iPhone and Blackberry Killer.
The E66 is your typical slider, similar to the E65 phone. Not a whole
lot to say about that one. On the other hand, the E71 is Nokia's fourth
attempt at the Blackberry genre (E61, E61i and E62 were the previous
failures), and from the looks of it has a decent shot at grabbing some
market share away from the top dog Research in Motion.
Note: I've seen the E71 in black, and its so much more sexier than in the picture.
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