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>> Bonnie Cha: Hi. I'm Bonnie Cha, Senior Editor at CNET.com, and we are here at CTIA 2009 taking a first look at the Nokia E71x. It was announced a couple of days before the show, and it is very much like the Nokia E71, but it is now with AT&T. Designwise, it's pretty much the same although comes in a very, very sleek black. I really love the look here. Got a full QWERTY keyboard here. You know, before I thought it was a little bit cramped, but it does have a nice textile feel and the buttons have a nice clicky feel. On front, you've got a, a non-touch display, but it's very, very bright. One thing you do lose is the business and personal modes that was on the Nokia E71. Featurewise, it's very much the same, although it adds support for AT&T services like for navigation, music, and video services. The best part about this phone is its price tag is priced at $99.99 with a two-year contract, which is, which is great. The unlocked version goes for $500 so you're getting a really good savings there. It should be available in the coming weeks. We don't have an exact date, but looking forward to taking this device for a test run, and it looks very promising for e-mail fanatics. I'm Bonnie Cha. This has been your first look at the Nokia E71x.
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