At first glance, the Nokia E70 looks like any regular candy bar-style cell phone. Read full review
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At 4.6 inches long by 2.9 inches wide by 0.8 inch thick and weighing 4.4 ounces, the Nokia E70 certainly doesn't fall into the sleek-and-sexy category, and it's quite masculine-looking. Read full review
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On the left spine, you will find a lone customizeable shortcut key. Read full review
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The bottom of the E70 houses a power/USB/headset connector port, but we wish we could insert any headset and not one with Nokia's proprietary port. Read full review
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The Nokia E70 feels solid in the hand and is comfortable to use as a phone. Read full review
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Despite being on the larger side, the E70 still easily slips into a bag. Read full review
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It opens to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard for your messaging needs. The keyboard itself is pretty spacious and easy to operate too. Read full review
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Nokia has an annoying habit of putting its expansion slots behind the battery cover, and the E70 is no different. Read full review
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The Nokia E70 is equipped with a 2-megapixel camera, but there's no flash or auto-focus, which is a bummer. Read full review
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