Telstra has secured its first full QWERTY Nokia, the E71. The E71 is just 10mm thick, supports quad-band GSM and HSDPA 3G (3.6 Mbps), syncs with Microsoft Exchange, edits Microsoft Word/Excel/Powerpoint formats, and actually supports USB tethering for use as a 3G modem.
There’s a 3.2 megapixel camera with LED flash, auto focus and video capture capabilities, and a front facing camera for low-resolution video calls. The standard battery will get you an impressive 10 hours of talk time or 17 days of standby.
The E71 is available on a personal or business plan, or outright for AU$929.