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Topic # 33675 9-May-2009 13:26
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Is there anybody who's seen or used one of these phones who can comment on whether it's running S60 FP1 or S60 FP2?

Interesting to see AT&T have now rolled out the E71x with FP2 and there has been plenty of speculation that Nokia will announce a FP2 upgrade for the E71.

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  Reply # 213678 9-May-2009 15:29
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So apparently they are keeping the all-black version for branded handsets, I just hope that if it is the FP2 version, it doesn't have half it's features removed like the AT&T model.  Rumors are now that an E71i will be released with a 5mp cam and FP2 later in the year, I just wish there was an unbranded version of FP2 off the E71x that we could flash to our hearty old E71's.

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  Reply # 213788 10-May-2009 05:53
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I'm lazy and I am also about to go to sleep, when I wake up in the early afternoon can someone please have posted here what the benefits of FP2 over FP1 are?

I know it labels the middle button on the bottom of the screen, . . .


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  Reply # 213794 10-May-2009 07:51
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OTA firmware upgrades, no loss of data during firmware upgrades, better handing of WiFi + 3G connections (has groups) just to name a few things.

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