Anonymous, 10 Jul 2009kinda like it. Too bad it has no secondary camera, not a quadband, and no GPS.Secondary Camera? What 3G
compete with SE C702 but C702 is far more better than this nokia. no GPS..3.5G..etc that C702 had.
v nice phone looks wise as well as durability n feature..but there is only one turn dwn as per me..thats its size its 115mm in length n thats bit more than nrmal.. for phones..n wish it was bit slimmer too..
but we cant have all in one handset..so pretty happy wid it..waitin fr its launch.
kinda like it. Too bad it has no secondary camera, not a quadband, and no GPS.
Finally....i have something to run out my lovely memories with my late siemens ME45....good job nokia, I considering to buy it immadiately.
Pls include these features in the new communicator...
also ensure radation is low in the new communicator
when it will be launch in Indonesia, i'm waiting this kind of phone for a long time... large keypad, Fast internet connection, big memory....
sory bad english...
E72 with IP 54 or better please.. i need Smartphone [Symbian] i don't like S40 [j2me phone]
very good desig by nokia
i will buy it when it is available
in the philippines.
this phone is for the people who txt more
than call. for mid. level people
"It has Nokia Maps pre-installed yet it doesn't have GPS??? So what's the use then???"
Its actually is quite useful. You can still plot routes in advance and check out nearby POI:S. Built-in GPS cannibalize on batteritime like crazy. For pedestrian use in urban high-building using these maps without GPS is actually faster and more effective. And if you still prefer GPS-support you can still get it. I currently have maps-only on my Nokia 5220 Xpress music, and that works just fine.
If this phone came with 3 mm audiojack, 3.2MP with autofocus (or at least enhanced fixfocus) and 3G, I would line up to buy it.
Great idea from nokia but they need to make it a bit slimmer to make it lil more handy.