TMT, 02 May 2011i would have bought it blindly if only had a trackpad and fm transmitter...............NOKIA I... morehuh, a trackpad?! What would be the point of that when you have a nice high-ress touchscreen.
The phone hasn't been released yet. It might have an FM transmitter.
i would have bought it blindly if only had a trackpad and fm transmitter...............NOKIA I STILL HAVE A BIT OF TRUST IN U AFTER THE N97 INCIDENT.dont blow it
ank, 02 May 2011Is it a dual sim card phone as well as a touch nd type phone too,as i hv heards from a nokia s... moreTo my surprise, Nokia people don't know anything about the upcoming phones. Befor E72 hit the market, i went to a Nokia store to ask when was it gonna be available. He answered me that there is no phone called E72 (it was the day when E72 was launched in USA). So don't care what they say, I'm sorry to break your heart that this is NOT a dual sim phone. It is a simple Symbian E series phone. Take care.
AnonD-2725, 30 Apr 2011Depends on what software it is running. The E51 and E71 has simpler software and less function... moreTo GARY:
You have apparently never used the E51 nor E71. First of all they multitask very well, so well they remind me of PCs and they are extremely fast compared to the first generation of Symbian phones like the 7650, 6600 and 3650 which all had 104Mhz processors. The E51 and E71 both have 369Mhz processors which is more than three times faster than their predecessors. These E-Series which 369Mhz processors are indeed fast! I still enjoy the speed today.
The multitasking capabilities of the E51 and E71 are unbelievable. You can have many programs running at once and switch between them seamlessly and quickly too...and amidst all this...you can still make a phone call while the programs are running.
In regards to functionality, both the E51 and E71 can make Yahoo calls, MSN calls, Skype calls, Google Talk calls and more. Plus they both have built-in VOIP and SIP which means you can go to your regular phone book and make an internet call. That's just one function. I won't even get into Wi-Fi printing with networked printers nor will I get into the IT stuff like communicating with networked computers and even deleting stuff from computers using these smart phones.
Do your homework before you post my friend. Have a nice day.
When Nokia will learn to change the CPU? Since last year October Nokia has not introduce any new phone N8.
Is it a dual sim card phone as well as a touch nd type phone too,as i hv heards from a nokia store.
When is this actually gonna be available in the market? It is mentioned Q2 2011 but Q2 has 3 full months.
what will happen when nokia shifts to e51? will then newer upgrades be available to the symbian consumers? i think we should now stop purchasing nokia devices :(
Suhanoo, 30 Apr 2011I don't agree. If you look at the previous "E" series, you'll notice that ALL the &q... moreFriend would it not been better if this ph had a little better cam it saves th trouble of carrying multiple phones .
Bhola, 27 Apr 2011Totally agree ugesh it should...should have autofocus.NOKIA TAKE NOTICE LOT OF PEOPLE SHAL BUY... moreI don't agree. If you look at the previous "E" series, you'll notice that ALL the "E" series phones have at least a simple common lag - having no "GREAT" camera. There is "N" series for having a good multimedia, "C" series for having all the ALMOST BEST things, "X" series for music & so on. So if Nokia don't change this camera into 8MP AF, I certainly don't sigh. I know for sure that this phone is going to be one of the best in its class. And along with my Orange N8, this will be a perfect phone to be my second set. Btw, I am thinking of buying the black one (goes nice with my orange N8). What's your opinion about it? Lemme know.
AnonD-1385, 29 Apr 2011To SSSS: The E51 and E71 are very fast phones and these only have 369MHz. So why would a pr... moreDepends on what software it is running. The E51 and E71 has simpler software and less functionality. Can this phone multitask, Probably better than the older ones and that takes resources so the processor has to work harder.