Year: 2008, Price: 20,000
While the N95 was battling it out with the newly launched Apple iPhone, Nokia decided to take on BlackBerry with its metal-clad E71.
This Symbian 9.2 powered phone came with a full-QWERTY keypad and Quick Office to work with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files. Nokia Maps app was another useful addition since BlackBerry mapping solution was useless in many countries.
2.4” screen with pixel 320×240 pixels.
110 MB Internal storage, MicroSD card slot.
369 MHz ARM 11 processor, 128 MB RAM.
Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Infrared port.
3.15 megapixel camera.
Platform: Series 60 version 3.1, Symbian 9.2.