Let’s get some things sorted out first – there is no such thing as a Nokia E81 in the first place, so it doesn’t really make sense to clone something that isn’t there in the first place, right? Guess not, since the Nokla E81 is in a league of its own, featuring a lanyard ring that allows you to parade it like a piece of jewelry. Features include a 180-degree rotating display, a slide-out keyboard, an integrated gravity sensor, a built-in FM radio, MP3 and video playback, Bluetooth connectivity and GPRS data connection backed by a 2.4″ color display at 240 x 320 resolution. No idea on pricing for this though.
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