Nokia 3711 Phone Comes to T-Mobile for $69.99
The Nokia 3711 is a new budget-friendly option for the holiday season. It arrived Nov. 5 on the T-Mobile network for $69.99 and supports Web browsing, e-mail, IM and SMS and includes GPS, Bluetooth, a media player and a camera.The Motorola Droid or Samsung Moment not within the bounds of your holiday recession budget? Nokia has a more modest but wallet-friendly alternative: On Nov. 5, the Finnish not-just-a-phone-maker announced that its 3711 feature phone is now available on the T-Mobile network for $69.99 with a two-year contract
The clamshell-style phone features a hidden-until-lit 1.36-inch external display, as well as a 2.2-inch QVGA primary display when opened. Users can browser the Web via a dedicated T-Mobile web2go key, and there's support for e-mail, instant messaging and SMS and MMS.
The 3711 includes a 2-megapixel camera with video capture, photo editing, a gallery application and photo sharing direct to MMS, e-mail and Nokia's Ovi Share. There's also a media player, Stereo Bluetooth, stereo FM radio, a 2.5mm audio connector, voice recording and voice dialing. Plus, there's integrated A-GPS and a Nokia Maps application.