Home buttons are annoying. Keeps locking up and the software is not easy to navigate. This is a terrible phone and I would skip it. Compared to the E72, the buttons on the E72 is much much better and the build quality is superior on the E72 than E73 Mode. In short, this phone sucks. I would not recommend this phone to anyone.
i just bought my e72 days ago and then here it is the new released e73...i read the specs, almost just the same. Anyway, i i still need to familiarize amd explore my ne best budd! Love mmy mine much...
Anonymous, 18 Aug 2010dont ever compare a Blackberry to a Nokia ever again..Nokia is NOT ever going to be as good as... morei deeply disagree. in fact i tried one of the hot model blackberry, it got no fm radio., the nokia has one. the gps cost me $10 dollars. extra each month on top of the $30 dolloars data plan. the nokia only cost me $25 plus the gps is free. you do not pay anything for the gps service. that why nokia is the winner., period.
what's up with the plastic look? the metalic finish does the trick on the business orientated phones. cutting cost?
I want to cop this e73 because I'm a proud user of the e71 AND e72. However, what's this 'mode' and 'symbian' thing? I'm in Ghana, will it work for me? If so, where can I buy it from online without it having the 't-mobile' on it.
Guys in America is this ESP for your region or only for T Mobile customers. Nothing new from E72 than more plastic body same specs. E74 should be out 4th Qtr maybe a upgrade.
yes, this phone is compatible with the blackberry allright; all the way i sense of features, performance,specification, and finally the pricing. it even include gps for free as long as you own the phone. i defintely will buy one. one last thing this phone is user friendly;that means it is easy to use.that is not the case for first time blackberry user!
this phone cant compare with the blackberry / blckbery soft version is diff . n nokie i diff
but for indian nokia symbion soft.. is much convenient
n overall this is excellent modell
this is hussain
see guys this is an excellent phone but its not available in india, avlble only in east asia..
but the phone is very excellent
i read all the comments....those who says its not a good phone as Blackberry....just compare this phone with Blackberry on this site....u'll come to know which one is good and which one is bad....i bought this phone on very first day when it launched in market....till now i didnt face any problem regarding battery, wifi, GPS, and 3g Functions...its a complete plam top...those who says its bad phone.....go to hell guyss......
dont ever compare a Blackberry to a Nokia ever again..Nokia is NOT ever going to be as good as a black berry ever!!!
Splendid specifications. Currenly using e71 and have issues with the, 3.2mp camera, but now its fixed in e73,
Nokia's palm top
its just like a black berry but on my opinion its better by farrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr you would not believe i use nokia1616 no camera or bluetooth
I recently purchased the Nokia E73 to replace my E71, that did not turn out so well!. With in a month the unit began to reboot it self almost daily. After every mysterious reboot icons would turn up missing only to return after I powered down and restarted the unit? There is also a bug in the external email set up. All external e-mail accounts Gmail, Hotmail etc. set up and connected perfectly however, after less than a month I was unable to access any of my external email accounts? Only after powering off and rebutting the unit, was I able to receive or send an email.
Unfortunately, the power off maneuver only lasted a few minutes before the unit reverted to its previous dysfunction and once again prevented me from sending or receiving emails. I immediately phoned T-Mobile who were very sympathetic to my frustration and sent a new unit.
on receiving the new unit and setting up my external email accounts all was well until the next day when once again I was unable to send, receive or access external email. I phoned T-Mobile once again and this time I was directed to contact Nokia USA .
To my surprise the E73 is not directly supported by Nokia hence no information can be found on their web site. I spoke to a repair representative who was very helpful, and ran though the external email set up procedure with me. Apparently, having more than two external email accounts set up on the E73 set to check for new for new messages every 5 minutes causes the email function to freeze. They suggested I do another full reboot and reload my external email accounts using the pop protocols and not the IMAP which is preloaded on the unit. Baring that they suggested I send the unit to their Huntsville AL service department for testing.
This is all way too much to deal with, so the unit is going back to T-Mobile with my warm regards!