you can't find a phone that has all bcoz if they do that all the people will only buy that phone so they cannot realeas new model!comon sense
it's fantastic mobile to use .BUT toooooooo costly.And it gprs speed is low compaire to n97
its good to do video calling ,and just like system we can enjoy
its a nice phone to look and has a great touch keyboard which can be addictive but symbian is just plain and outdated it feels oldddd moment u power it on ....if nokia could ensure a microsoft software update on this phone this could be a big hit otherwise its not worth ....i returned mine to get blackberry torch
I think Nokia needs to get over the Symbian OS. Probably the new tie-up with MS would help Nokia win back its mobile market share.
The only problem with these phone is that its battery is not replaceable am using n97mini sometimes its hangs all the buttons seized and i have 2 remove the battery and restart d phone imagine using E7 n it freezes is the a unfreeze button
Anonymous, 29 Mar 2011Side Sidler N97 + Full Touch N8 = N8.Anonymous you probably meant N97 Slide + Full touch N8 = E7
it would be much better that we can change o.s in cell as in pc,hope symbian can only fulfill it.none other
[deleted post]I think its better for your to manufacture your own cellphone Genius Buddy
[deleted post]well if this device cam was an auto focus it would have been a hit to the market hope nokia release a new device the same as this but an auto focus and a 1 ghz processor ( or this one it's good enough)
Somone Said, 27 Mar 2011Somone Said: I think you gave a fair review, but sadly, missed the strength of Symbian, and b... moreBro im plannin to buy dat phone and i've nevr used a touch phone in ma lyf....so i've heard dat da touch is really bad.....so is it dat bad for a new user??....should i buy dat phone???....im confused....pls help:-)
Somone Said, 27 Mar 2011Somone Said:
I think you gave a fair review, but sadly, missed the strength of Symbian, and b... moreI should say that I like the way u viewed ur opinion and i do like ur point of view
I'm not saying this because of I’m a nokia user but from my point of view I can see that nokia and symbian still very easy to use on a daily base giving u all what u need on the go and so much easy to switch between deferent nokia devices while keeping ur data since the 1st nokia handset u'v been using, I see that Android in much better than symbian but symbian is much easier to use
I think that E7 & N8 is a very nice devices for business and multimedia use and it will be worthy to give it a shot
I think I must be an exception. I'm one of those teenagers who should be in love with android but it's just the opposite. For me this phone is not just for businessmen but for everyone who want to watch movies (with great display),listen to music , surf the web, send mails and play games at the same time with one device. What do you think?
No card slot, 28 Mar 2011It is confirmed, it dosnt have card slot. I saw it myself., this is one of the disadvantages.What do you mean by disadvantage?????
Do you need more than 16 gb memory to store your stuff???
Nasser, 28 Mar 2011you are right mate, indeed.Thanks man. I'm just fed up with all these childish comparisons. If they want a phone they can "toy" with, they can go for apple and android phones. or even N8 if they're into multimedia. But if they want a phone that will be very beneficial to their business or work, then E7 or other E-series phones for that matter is for them. Even desire z is a "toy phone" but with keyboard. Outside it looks like a business phone, but try to dig deeper and there is nothing different from other android phones. one thing is for sure, nothing beats nokia when it comes to work and business phones. BB's may be up there too, but you need money to fully use its potential. BES and BIS is just too expensive.
SUPER hardware, very sexy and well made.
Software, OMG, so slow and hangs, come no where close to the latest Apple, BB or Android platform.
Its so bad that I've Sold it at 1/2 my original purchase price within 1 week of ownership.
Nokia's got to wake up and really do something about it software.