Phone_Wizz, 01 Oct 2008When phones are FIRST PURCHASED they need a good 10-12 hour charge when you first buy the phon... moreI have charged 10 hrs the first time but it still last only a max of 2 days. This includes not activating applications.
I am not sure what the fuss about this phone. To me it ROCKS...i repeat it ROCKS!!!
Battery life ? it last me 3 FULL day of average use. First 2-3 charges it drains off fast but gradually after 5th charge it comes up to 3 days!!! Compare to HTC touch etc, you cant complain much on battery consider this is a business phone.
VERY STATISFIED & Proud owner!!!
I bought a new E66, couple of days back. I must say a nice looking phone. BUT right now not a worth buying phone at all. Loads of disadvantage taking as battery (not at all 7 hrs but just 4 hrs talktime). Has got a lot of problems. Multiple messaging is veri slowww. ohh god. Like hell. Network reception is also very weak. Face network problem in areas where the network is strong too. Can compare practically. SO IN SHORT I AM DISAPPOINTED. SORRY NOKIA E66 MAKERS. I didnt like it..
I work for vodafone select dealer in australia and got my new e66 stock in today and check inside the phone it say's its made in Korea.
hello, can any one tell me if the slide is the active one. as if you close the slide it will terminate the application rather than closing tthe application before you close the slide
hawaiianflight, 28 Sep 2008Hey poisonuseangel, I see you mention about the poor battery life of your Nokia E66. Are you ... moreWhen phones are FIRST PURCHASED they need a good 10-12 hour charge when you first buy the phone. Without that first charge you are bound to get battery life issues. Trust me i experience this problem EVERYDAY with customers
i have encounter the same problem with the E66 battery life span and lately i have just send the phone to the service center and they have change a transpodent in my phone to stablise the votage and now trying to monitor it .
I see you mention about the poor battery life of your Nokia E66. Are you aware that when a battery is new it needs about 4 or 5 charges to completely reach its potential operating levels. If you've just very recently purchased this handset, the problems you are experiencing with poor battery life are perfectly normal. You should find the battery life improves after a few more charges. Try to charge overnight with the handset off. This enables the handset to charge uninterrupted and to maximum capacity. Remember too that unlike Ni Cad or Nickel Metal Hydride batteries, Lithium batteries don't like to be completely drained to empty and have no memory effect. To ensure longetivity of your battery(s) ensure you recharge them before they drain too low - say 20% or "one bar" minimum. Nokia is an excellent manufacturer and the E66 looks to be an awesome handset. May it give you great enjoyment and may my input have helped alleviate any concerns you may have held.
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I just bought N91 2 days back, today I plan to replace with E66, looks nice.
added feature in this pbone is GPS and you can load germin software, scanner and barcode scanner
i'm using the e66 and its amazing because it has lots excellent features...the only problem with it is the battery...it doesnt last for even a day
What bussiness phone emails office docs which are avail on most nseries too. FP1 stil nothing special but made n china too esp metallic color. face lift awkward. must sell for 200$ by dec
It looks like my samsung E250...But Samsung is more original with their designs...