Anonymous, 26 Jun 2009Features and Enhancement from E71: * S60 v5 looks instead of the traditonal S60 v3 looks *... morewhat about 'printing'? it stated on gsm arena n72 specs that it can print. does it mean that you can connect n72 directly to printer, without having to transfer the data first to computer? any idea? thanks
roland, 25 Jun 2009hello guys the E72 dosen't have much difference than the E71 I still see the E71 as one of the... moreFeatures and Enhancement from E71:
* S60 v5 looks instead of the traditonal S60 v3 looks
* Optical Navi Key instead of the conventional D-Pad
* 12 hours of talktime(2G) instead of the E71's 10hrs (2G)
* Tri-band UMTS / HSDPA / HSUPA instead of Dual-band
* HSDPA support of up to 10.2 Mbps instead of 3.6
* Added HSUPA at 2.0 Mbps
* RDS support
* Improved CPU clock speed to 600MHz
* USB Charging
* 3.5 mm jack instead of 2.5
* Accelerometer Sensor
* Ambient Light Sensor
* Magnetometer Sensor
* Digital Compass
* 5.0 Megapixel camera (up from 3.2)
adi, 26 Jun 2009can any one make me convinced about the display size, in Nokia website it is reflecting 2.36 b... moreThey both are correct, just as different sites were both saying E71 had a 3MP and 3.2MP camera. It's round off errors.
can any one make me convinced about the display size, in Nokia website it is reflecting 2.36 but GSMarena says 2.4, which one is correct? plz reply
hello guys the E72 dosen't have much difference than the E71 I still see the E71 as one of the best phone but, only if it had windows 6.1
phone looks quite kool hope the features r also gd enough lookin frward to buy it .can any one suggest me how is the phone overall .and will it b a gd d c ssion to change from n95 8gb to e 72 .. waitin for a reply
Brilliant phone :)
Although I'm a little disappointed that I only upgraded to the E71 recently, and now this badboy is on its way lol.
Either way, I'll be sure to get it if I'm not swayed by HTC's Hero, which has seriously blown me away, much like the E72 has done! But this is definately a phone I will recommend to the masses.
Well Done Nokia
Hey! guys I think this phone is The Bomb, It Has everything except the I.R Man..... I cant wait to lay My hands on this phone. I have used E51,E71, and E65 Mocca But E72 is coming out with another stylish content, especially its 600 MHZ CPU Its worth Grabbing.
sbabou, 25 Jun 2009i want to bug a new mobile for busness and regular duites , the price is no problem can any on... morefor business you need a smartphone and the Iphone is not .. the N97 is somewhat fragile for having a huge touch screen .. i havent used blackberry heavily so i cant really say .. i have the E71 which is just great by all means and the E72 is an upgrade so it should be even better .. i am planning on getting one for my self as soon as it hit the market
i want to bug a new mobile for busness and regular duites , the price is no problem can any one help me with his advice from his experince (n97,e72,black berry , i phone or what ever) thanks
Anonymous, 24 Jun 2009u think so? e-series phones got good connectivity, good built quality but bad camera and optic... moreSamsung is the biggest looser...It copies ideas from other brands...Oled display, 28mm wide angle lens, duel slide design, and many more..they donot put their own ideas...they depends on other brnad and they also tell their user like you to wonder arround other brands forum to chcek what others are developing...ha ha ha ...poor Brand biggest looser...ha ha ha
Does this play podcast, i mean will it have a section where podcasts can go i work long days and i would like my podcasts to be orgainze in one catagiory like the iphone and sony ericsson. i saw that e71 did have a podcast section thanks!
maybe it,s da best smathphone in for coming soon.for me nokia e72 miss nothing.plz may iknow when this model will be available.
The reason why I update from my Nokia E71 to Nokia E72 is
AT&T Confirms 3G Coverage Expansion on 850Mhz
AT&T representatives have confirmed plans to expand 3G coverage by deploying 3G access on their newly acquired 850Mhz assets purchased from Verizon Wireless in the wake of the Alltel purchase as well as deploying 3G in other populated areas such as New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles alongside current 1900Mhz 3G access in those areas.
AT&T will also be adding 2100 cell sites and increasing backhaul capacity chiefly to accomodate iPhone 3G S users as well as begin the process of deploying HSPA 7.2 data access, which is being tested on a private section of the network in Chicago at this time.
This follows prior activity beginning late last year where AT&T silently rebanded areas in the Midwest and East Coast from 1900Mhz 3G access to 850Mhz without prior warning, leaving many customers without extensive 3G coverage and some without any coverage at all.
This device shows the best constellation of features for emailing and calendaring. It is not the best device ever, but given its expected price and its superior built quality + a 600 MHz CPU makes it the best choice for email-updated guys. The ovi store offers thousands of apps.
I will definitely buy this device (I guess by the time it is out, many competitors will be out there)