omega13, 19 Nov 2008what type of processor does this phone contain369 Mhz
Anonymous, 19 Nov 2008Why de heck cant u guy's make something different thi is a crappy immitation of the E71it is not a crappy immitation. it is simply a lighter version of the e71 which targets the middle class consumers.
first of all i would like to say this is a very good phone.kick ass features.but my biggest problem is the messaging features.why didnt the manufactures give this phone the push mail features.dammmm this would seal the deal with this phone.manucfactures please hen your coming out with the coming graded features please please i begggggg install the push mail feature.....
Anonymous, 19 Nov 2008Why de heck cant u guy's make something different thi is a crappy immitation of the E71The worst imitation.. and I bet that they will keep the same price as the "first born"
good specs,but looks similar to e61.can you guys comeout with something thats not to wide ,and unique.
nokia make us proud to be nokia users.
I am using E 71.. This one here simply looks cheaper version of E71. 2 MP camera, modefied key pad...
why can't they make something little different.. looks really same from little distance.. dah!
Why de heck cant u guy's make something different thi is a crappy immitation of the E71
im sure there is flash on it lol dont worry ill get it on there ok they make it cheaper for people to buy them cheaper 3.5 jack output
No Office writer (read only),
No Video ringtone,
No Flash player,
No BlackBerry support (same with E71),
Cheap plastic material,
Use older type of processor, it cost time to display name/sms.
E63 citizen. Any regret having this phone?
Shared it all (minor/major).
Does the lack of HSDPA practically affect the internet connection and internet calling (e.g. fring)?
I posted this on the news opinions when announced -
I believe this model does have GPS built into it. It doesn't have A-GPS, or network assisted GPS. Otherwise, what's the point of NOkia (per their website) having a GPS category under specs and installing Nokia Maps as one of the default applications? I may be wrong, but I'd like to get verification before we start saying it doesn't havesome form of GPS built-in.
This device will appeal when subsidised by carriers for verious markets. However, I do believe that individuals would be happy to spend an extra £50-£80.00 $75-$100 in order to get the E71 which is generally regarded as the most accomplished smartphone on the market for a variety of users.