Nokia Accidentally Confirms E66, E71
Jun 9, 2008, 7:55 AM by Eric M. Zeman
updated Jun 9, 2008, 9:07 AM
Over the weekend, Nokia mistakenly posted online video demonstrations of its next-generation E series business devices, the E66 and the E71 (pictured). The demonstrations were only posted briefly, however, before Nokia realized its mistake and pulled the videos. Images and other information about these devices has been circling the internet for nearly six months. This is the first time that Nokia itself has acknowledged their existence, even if accidentally. A device that could be the E66 was recently approved by the FCC. Later, a Nokia executive confirmed that it will be bringing new E series devices to the market in the third quarter, but declined to comment on exactly which models they will be.
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