Well, it certainly does pack features that fun–loving phone freaks and boring businessmen will love in equal measure. There's a healthy does of Wi–Fi, a 3.5mm jack, 2MP snapper and video recording and a full QWERTY board.
It also supports Nokia's much–vaunted Files on Ovi service, where you'll get 1GB free storage when you sign on the dotted line. That means you can access those all important spreadsheets (or tunes), wherever you happen to be.
Best of all though, is the chance to switch from corporate mode to personal mode. It can all be done with one button, meaidn you can leave work and all that guff behind and get straight into your pics and music.
On board storage is a paltry 110MB, but that can be given a heave thanks to SD support. Sadly, Nokia's saying nothing about when we can get one and only that it'll cost €199 when it launches. That should mean about £150 in real money.
Can't wait? Read our full in–depth review of the Nokia E71 to get your fix.
On sale: TBA