lungsak, 15 Jun 2009What is the phone (E72) processor and RAM? Please tell me accordingly. I think this is no use ... moreI think it'll have 128MB RAM and a 600MHz CPU. This is just a wild guess, but it could as well be the truth. The other newly announced Eseries phones have those specs, so I guess this won't be worse. However, it's a clear upgrade from E71, which had a 369MHz CPU.
according to europe.nokia.com/find-products/devices/nokia-e72
this phone does not have irda port...
that's bad... :(
it's nice to know that nokia do not forget the irda users (just like myself).
What is the phone (E72) processor and RAM? Please tell me accordingly. I think this is no use if the phone maker didn't put the phone processor and RAM more than E71.
thomwithah, 15 Jun 2009+ 5MP camera + Optical mouse + 3.5mm Audio Jack + Digital Compass + Native Office 2007 Sup... morewhoa man!! you should write all the rewiews obout the phones on gsmarena. u r sure to fill up their server's hard drive after rewiewing about 4 to 5 phones. No one's here to read such a big "opinion".
how do you improve perfection? (e71) well, nokia just did it with the e72... brilliant. best phone till date? aye!
thomwithah, 15 Jun 2009+ 5MP camera + Optical mouse + 3.5mm Audio Jack + Digital Compass + Native Office 2007 Sup... moreHey are you sure about the wont-charge-via-USB part? That would be a big disappointment. How sure are you about it? Thanks
i think e71 is better than this one at lleast e71 has enough ram and good processor can make the phone faster
i still love my E71 this one looks nice but i love my fone...some buttons look a bit diff and awkward to use in this one...!
dave, 15 Jun 2009still 369MHz ?apparently it comes with a processor of 600 Mhz
screen is fine, if it had 2.6 inch screen like bold it would be the size of bold.... no-go for me... wtf, can't believe someone complained about build quality of e71, stop smoking crack!
finally Symbian Smartphone with Good Design , Good Screen Size , Always Good Features & Good QWERTY keep it Nokia
its been announced less than a day and over 300 people have voted on design, features and performance. How many of you have actually used the phone?!
+ 5MP camera
+ Optical mouse
+ 3.5mm Audio Jack
+ Digital Compass
+ Native Office 2007 Support
+ Battery Life (Nice on E71 already)
+ HSDPA 1900, and HSUPA
+ Space bar activates the torch
+ Lifetime walk navigation in Nokia maps
+ Native chat, and messaging lifetime
~ More Ram
~ Faster Processor
- NO BlackBerry SUPPORT
- No dedicated Camera Key, seriously?
- No USB Charging
- No video out
- No stereo Speakers
- No FM Transmitter
- No OLED Screen
- Same 320x240
- No FP3 Home Screen Live Widgets
- Still Gen. 1 LED Flash
That's how I see it. I use a E71 on the regular, and have been pleased. But, I think that this E72 should have been, and could have been, what the e72 is. At least as far as the 5MP camera and 3.5mm jack. I like seeing the N and E series Nokia's move closer together. I don't understand the need to separate them so much. Many of you say that Enterprise users have no need for a good camera. I feel that some do, others just want it. I'm one that wants it. I want a device that does it all, not multiple devices. I think what should separate the E and N series is the pre loaded software, and possibly build quality.
Let the E series come with MS Office Editing nativity, along with other software to support business needs. Avoid the bloatware in the E series, but allow a owner to download it if they like. E Series should have higher build quality and the best available battery life. E series should have more timeless and classic appearances than N series. The price points could be higher, with less churn.
Let N series come loaded with with all the Social Networking, Direct photo upload, and other stuff. They don't need native MS Office Support, but should allow it to be Downloaded. The could be built with less metal then E series, and have lower price points. They should be less expensive, and have higher turn over.
BlackBerry Support needs to come back in the E series! If you (Nokia) build better hardware (which you should,) and include your software (which should be better) what do you risk besides converting others to you system. I need to have BlackBerry Messager for my work, so I have to have a BlackBerry, or a old Nokia that supports it. I can't buy a new Nokia device that works for me, and I know their are MANY others like me. At some point some manufactures are going to have a device that meets my needs enough that I will carry one device, I hope it is you. But if I don't change jobs, or you don't bring back BlackBerry support, it won't be a Nokia.
Maybe I'm wrong, I sure some of you will tell me I am. I'd just like to see Nokia bring their focus in on the consumer and meeting the consumer needs. I feel that they are starting to lose some of that focus, buy looking over their shoulder at the competition. I understand loosing market share and profit margins can case a panic, and the first reaction is to say "what are they (the competition) doing?" It simple, they are focusing on consumer needs and filling the void left in your offerings. It seems to me that Nokia of late has been very reactive, and less pro active on their handset side, maybe it's just me. I feel like Nokia is doing a lot of things to say "We've got that too" or, "We can do that" instead of "No one else has ______ like we do" or "What consumers really want and need is _______, let's do it, and do it the best way possible." I want to seem them break out, break ahead, and give us ALL something that makes us say "How did I ever live without this?" I think Nokia has a lot to offer, I own their stock, use their products, and hope to see improvements. They've come along way from a paper company, I want to see them go further still.
Anyhow, all that is way off topic. E72 is better than E71, and I will likely end up buying one as soon as the come down $50 off the launch price. I very much enjoy my E71, and having an improved one will be nice. As of now, no manufacture has a device that meets all my needs.