This thing OK. But if it's an UpNp instead of VOIP, has a better battery life, and second cam for vid-call available... The fone will be even better.
I just dont understand how come the battery life on the E65 is longer than on E51, thye are basically the same phone....anyone know?
Originally, phones were made for calling other people. Nowadays, phones have become computers are are more complicated to use. This is why we have laptops!
Is everyone using this phone in the states? As I have never heard of AT&T. This phone was recently released on Telstra's NextG (850) network in Australia and the coverage is fantastic. 3G coverage is available everywhere you can get coverage, which is almost everywhere. Phone is nice and slim and good features. 2 thumbs up.
kayhan, you get 3G coverage with your E65? Well I guess that makes me SOL, because with my old 6120 Classic (850mhz also) I had no 3G coverage in my area, just EDGE. I guess it's just luck of the draw as to whether or not AT&T built 850Mhz 3G towers in your area, as it seems that most are 1900.
EDGE coverage, on the other hand, has been excellent for me - but it's just not fast enough!
what are you talking about tawd, i have a nokia e65 (which is obviously 850) and the coverage with AT&T is great! unless ive misunderstood what you said...
Pls Some1 should help me where can i get free symbian games! For os v9?
Does it have a 2.5 mm jack for headphones?
Please answer me !
no secondary camera defeats the purpose of 3g,,cannot video call...no use
What happened to the traditional 'C' and 'Pencil' keys?
Otherwise, considering the price I must say that the E51 looks like a steal of a deal. I wish Nokia would start using tri-band 3G though... I'm tired of not having US 3G frequencies. 850Mhz is a start, but it offers little to no coverage over AT&T. :(
Thanks everyone who replied ot the battery life issue, well i hope someone will post a good review of it and I will definetly know because 4.5 hours of talk time is slightly weak for this day and age (i think so anyway). I will never cheat on nokia so i hope they come up with some new battery.
Another question i have is, Is is possible to somehow reprogram the 'e-mail' shortcut key to go into messages. I doubt ill be uing it for emails cause thres no qwerty keypad so SMS shortcut would be nicer for me. If anyone know how to reprogram it that would be the bomb
I dont know wheter they refer to 3g or gsm network for the battery lasting but you can turn off 3g and it will last longer
Just got this phone yesterday im really happy with it. Although this is too early to make a conclusion about the phones reliability. The battery life is amazing reminds me of the older Nokia's. The size and feel of the phone is great too and it has some really cool applications for business users. The shortcuts on the phone are a real bonus. Ive used older symbion phones like the N70 and N80 and had software issues from day one. This however works very quick and has not froze at all.
"This phone costs 300 dollars at buy.com. Weird people here. It isn;y such a good phone. Nokia n95 is the best. Gigabyte is the best and beats all the companies. I win!!! Hahahahahahahaha!"
And as for the above comment the N95 is a totally different phone, different price and is for different users. Obviously Nokia make different phones to suit different needs so you cannot rule that the N95 is the be all of all phones otherwise all Nokia would produce is the N95.
I find it strange that this mobile is listed on the Nokia USA site, but says it's only WCDMA 850/2100. Most of the 3G in the United States is 1900 Mhz. Anyone have any ideas what's going on?
I would say 4.5 hours is GSM. 3G is always less talk time, probably half the time.