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Nokia E70 review on CNet
"At first glance, the E70 looks rather like any other candy-bar form factor mobile phone, albeit a touch bigger and chunkier at 117 by 53 by 22 mm and with a carrying weight of 127g. That's hardly surprising for a phone that sells itself on its business savyy, where having a super-slim form factor is less of a concern than whether you'll be able to synchronize to your e-mail client."
Nokia E70 review on allaboutsymbian
"The kicker comes when you open the device up. As you'll have spotted from the pictures, the numeric keypad lifts up and over the screen in 'gull-wing' fashion, creating a two-part qwerty keyboard that's surprisingly useful. The 'flip' hinge is very sturdy indeed and the keyboard locks nicely into the flat position, ready for holding in both hands and thumb typing. As soon as the keypad is lifted, the display starts to change, and after a couple of seconds delay the S60 interface appears again but this time in landscape mode, as appropriate for keyboard text entry."
Nokia E70 review on GsmArena
"Nokia E70 inherits the looks of Nokia 6810, 6820 and 6822. This series of phones are gradually improving in time and E70 is the first one with smartphone capabilities. The phone's features remind of the E60 model but the difference is that this one has a camera, more internal memory and different card type in use. This is the only phone from the E series of Nokia which features a camera. The QWERTY keyboard of E70 may seem as an answer to the rival manufacturer's models on the market which offer QWERTY handsets but E70 form factor is a Nokia brand. "
Nokia E70 review on RegHardware
"The E70's construction is to a very high standard, and the joystick feels firm and responsive - easily Nokia's best yet. Unfortunately, the most important key - the Applications button, is the same size as the auxiliary Clear and Input keys. At least it's in a sensible place, however.
Opening out the E70 and comparing it to its more modest predecessor, one change gradually becomes apparent: the larger screen isn't symmetrical. If you're used to relying on muscle memory to locate your icons, you may be disconcerted to discover that the 3 x 4 grid has become a 4 x 3 grid, with the icons juggling around. Some applications benefit from landscape view, such as messaging, but some, like such as reading online or offline documents, don't."
"A great design and feature set marred by major bugs... "