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Nokia E71
Nokia E71
$465; T-Mobile and AT&T

Upside: Sleek frame, a 3.2-mega-pixel camera, and you can use it with any carrier. A toggle switch flips between screens for work and home.

Downside: Requires special headphone jack, and the screen is tiny.

Our pick: Despite a small screen, the Nokia E71 offers a sleek and satisfying experience and stands out from the pack.

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Last updated November 21 2008: 8:27 AM ET
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