Android Port for the Nokia E71?

by Coburn64 » Thu, 03 Dec 2009 09:44:54 GMT


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 Hi all,

I was wondering if there's a Android Port either in the works or
available for the Nokia E71 smartphone.

The nokia e71 has a QWERTY keyboard, 320x240 screen, BlueTooth, WiFi,
Micro USB port (Full speed),  microSD memory card slot, (hot
swappable, max. 8 GB),  110 MB internal dynamic memory, GPRS/EDGE/3G
(WCDMA)/HSDPA support, 3.2MP Camera, ARM Processor (ARM11 - I think) @
~370Mhz and 110MB RAM.

I would love to see Android on this phone, as it would be really good
over the existing OS already on it. It's running Symbian OS with the
Nokia S60 GUI at the moment, however Android would really be nice on
it (even if it's a loader that boots into Android from a program, like
loadlin for DOS).

I hope to hear responses from you guys (and girls).

Cheers,
Coburn64

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