I have the option to get either E6 or the E7, please advise which one should i go for, and why?
does the e7 has the same power and functionality of the E6. or E6 is more powerful?
got ady E6,,even i dont like nokia before,,but finaly im gettin like nokia bcoz of e6...wallah!
Just a quick bit of feedback to my use of this phone, me and my GF were out today at dinner at our fav restaurant, and there is this spot where me and my GF's phone could not get internet (SGS2, IPhone4) and guess what, today i tested my phone the E6 right next to the iPhone 4 and what do you know - Internet at almost full speed!! Nokia FTMFW!!
Anonymous, 26 Aug 2011good article comparing E6 to E72... http://www.thenokiareport.com/Thanks for the link
there is too much difference bitween E5 &E6 think what is basic , could this price may go dicrease or not in near 1 or 2 month Please Reduce Price Gap if yes then contact me
But the processor is slow and camera is a fixed one.
good article comparing E6 to E72...
Gestapo, 26 Aug 2011Most of WLAN out there are closed to the users. Probably you need a password. Look for the av... moreBtw Gestapo, you mentioned in the N9 thread you use an extra battery, do you charge it in a charger and then inter change with the 1st one?
rajesh., 26 Aug 2011whenever i search for a wlan and i find it,when i click on connect, it shows connecting. And t... moreMost of WLAN out there are closed to the users. Probably you need a password. Look for the available WLAN you find and see if there is open ones that not need a password.
rajesh., 26 Aug 2011whenever i search for a wlan and i find it,when i click on connect, it shows connecting. And t... morehttp://www.nokia.co.uk/support/product-support/e6-00/user-guide
whenever i search for a wlan and i find it,when i click on connect, it shows connecting. And then it shows connection failed, wlan not found. Is the problem in phone or in the wlan connection or i am doing something wrong. Because i have never connected to a wi-fi before buying this phone.
Charlie.Qwerty, 26 Aug 2011i totally agree with you on this.
the battery is exact same as E71+E72, although features h... moreImproving the battery
One thing that seems to be problem is the F-secure. Uninstall it and see if there ios a change for you.
Maximum 3 start screens. Too many widgets seems to effect the battery actually. Experiment...
Screen light one step reduced from medium (which anyway is to bright if it is not sunshine).
WLAN always off, no scanning.
Adrian, 18 Aug 2011I have Nokia phones since 1996 and i must admit that few months ago i wanted to change the bra... morei totally agree with you on this.
the battery is exact same as E71+E72, although features has increased with touch screen etc.
Nokia should have definitly thought if getting a better, STRONGER battery for this phone, because its frustrating for the first time ever to have my Eseries die after one whole day of continous use.
Usually this phones battery life last's 3 whole days with high end usage, or sometimes 2 atleast.
Theos1983, 25 Aug 2011hi could someone info me when you receive a txt msg does it show who sends its before opening ... moreOf course you see the senders name, if it´s in your adress book....don´t know what your question is really. Sorry
[deleted post]Not exactly.
Updates for not Symbian 3-apps coming every day/week. For example was SportsTracker released just a couple a days ago.
You can go to http://www.ovi.com/services/ and choose your phone to E6, then you can see which pograms you can install on E6.
Having read the specifications, I think the phone is awesome. Do all the Symbian applications that run on Nokia N95 8GB also run on it? Please help!
This phone is great for professionals.
We have a roundup of forthcoming meetings and to-do items and e-mail in home screen. Great battery life. Calls are clear. The Internet browser is much faster than before. The user interface is very intuitive. Superb screen resolution (I come from iPhone 4. It says it all). The combination of physical keyboard and touch screen is simply great. USB on the go works perfectly well. Built-in memory and encryption features are good for peace of mind.
- Sync contacts and calendar with Gmail via SyncML (Connectivity > Data transfer > Sync) Manual sync, but save on battery life and less of a hassle than Mail for Exchange (for how-to see http://www.i-symbian.com/sync-google-calendar-to-symbian-smartphones-via-syncml/)
For those who would like to have an idea how unbiased my opinion may be, this is my story. I am an expert in socio-economics and international project management at international level. I used to have a Nokia 6600 about five years ago. I neither liked it nor disliked it. But, it did not create any particular connection with the Nokia brand. It was to be replaced with a sleek Motorola sometime in late 2007. In search of the dream device, I purchased six different mobile phone handsets since early 2010. I paid dearly for them (a little more than 3,000 US dollars or 2,200 euros all together), for in Asia we buy unlocked devices upfront. I started out with a Samsung Star (S5230w) then a Samsung Jet (S8003). Then, I purchased a Nokia E72, which did the trick quite well. But, requiring more interoperability with my Google Account and a better UI, I changed to a Google Android-powered HTC Desire HD, which I gave away to my assistant about three days later. I went back to my E72. But it did not stop there. Being an Apple MacBook Air and iPod user, I considered the iPhone 4 an option last July. About one month later I purchased a Nokia E6 handset. Now I use my iPhone 4 as iPod Deluxe (in offline mode). The iPod is with my assistant now (she is a lucky lady... two new devices in one year for free). I am not considering going any further. The dream phone mission is accomplished with E6. Blackberry devices are not an option.