I moved from a Treo 650 to a Motorola A1200 to a N73, and then the E61. this phone is the best I have ever used...it does not crash, it is great for making conference calls, has a great speakerphone and loudspeaker, easier to use keyboard (than the Treo), brilliant display, is thin enough to slip into my shirt and pants pocket, great battery life, and a PDA and calendar functionality that is more flexible than the Treo's. I use it to listen to music while I travel, check my email, do lots of sms, and use the Notes function to keep track of data. It also syncs flawlessly with Outlook, especially when I am syncing Chinese characters. The only deficiency is that there's no camera but I seldom need a camera anyway (I can always download photos to it). I have zero complaints. Nokia makes one of the best phones. I am also happy with the N73, but it's screen is too small for me - the N73 is now my secondary phone, because it uses exactly the same charger and earpiece as the E61, they uses the same interface GUI and logic. I use the N73 while I travel into China where I use a local SIM card, so that I do not need to keep swapping SIM cards on the E61. Also, in case the E61 breaks down (very unlikely unless there's an accident), i can fall back onto the N73, which is also an awesome phone (and I never have any problems with the N73 neither). I have high confidence in Nokia phones.
I've had one for a day and its going back ! The only bit that works OK is making a phone call, I cant even send a text message let alone anything else and I've spent 2+ hours calling help lines and returned to the shop I got it from only for them to give up as well after another wasted hour with a request I phone there technical helpline.
I had very high hopes with this phone, but I'll go back to having a small lap top with me when I need mobile e-mail etc and stick with a conventional phone. I also wonder how long the joystick will last for, it seems very flimsy in comparison with the rest of the phone which is well built.
To coffee and others. There is an E61i phone but it is in true testing inside of Nokia. This means that there are prototypes developed and they are being tested. This product may or may not be released to the general public. Even if it is released it will probably be released in Europe first since Nokia has an agreement with a certain provider to not provide Wifi in the US for a certain amount of time. BTW: I have seen the E61i. It is basically the E61 with camera and some additional software.
great phone! just need help..please email me the complete features with full details...ASAP.
just sharing the wonderful moments with this superb and compact nokia e61. it has everything in it and a camera is not at all necessary simply because it's a business phone. the features are excellent and the resolution is great. the sound in the tracks are superb too especially when the equalizer is appropriately adjusted. there are lots to say but then i urge the users to browse every icon you see and there you'll find the many feautures of this phone.
thanks to nokia and more power.
please send me the architectural structure of nokia e61 with their full detail on my email address
Hi, does anyone know if it is possible to connect this phone to a gps module?
The best symbian phone!if need help to update du last firmware mail firstname.lastname@example.org
great phone. shows appointments, can read word, excel, powerpoint files. Nice qwerty keyboard. Can download email. Nice battery life.
Graet Phone, at first you will be lost for a while, but when u get the hang of it, its so simple, fast and fun to use.
i have just upgraded to software ver. 3.0633.09.04 and all the glitches i was suffering from are gone, like the call waiting and the sms beep during a call, was very faint, now its very loud :) the only thing the phone miss is a decent internet browser, and a voice recorder for more than 60 sec.
for you who ask about how to copy and paste, its as u do on ur pc, Ctrl+c is copy, and Ctrl+v is paste, Ctrl+x is cut
If anyone wants to ask about anything in this wonderful phone i would be very happy to help, just write me a mail, or add me to your yahoo.
Plz help me how to install Adobe Reader for E61 as i download the max compatible thing from the site its gives an error and is out.
Had it for a week and have liked it but its going to have to go now as getting it to sync wirelessly is hopeless, now the cable has stopped working,going to try a pearl.
I like the phone...Very stylish and has a decent lay-out as well. I think the key pad is a bit small. Otherwise, on the whole it looks to be a feature rich phone paskaged nicely. However, I would like to know if the phone has a provision for multiple alarms as well as scheduled SMS/MMS sending options...
Some help needed:
1) I have not yet figured out what is the use of "Ctrl" key! (I am not a blackberry user)
2) While writing emails using webmail, how to copy and paste text?
3)How to insert a phone number/name/details from an existing contact to a text message?
4)You have a "copy" function in the "Contact" options. It says "copied to clipboard" once you do it. How to paste it on a text message or another contact item?
Any help on this would be of great support.
Thanx in advance...