Hill, 21 Mar 2009Hi all, anyone know is this handset able to open email with Microsoft office items-attachment?... moreYeah, you can use this phone to open mails with attachments like word, powerpoint and excel and you can even edit them from the Office Menu.
Hi all, anyone know is this handset able to open email with Microsoft office items-attachment? like words, excel, pdf or power point? Can edit those documents? thanks
this phone can be paired with Nokia DVBH receiver which means, you have the option to attached DVBH on it or not, awesome!!
qwerty and DVBH!!
Garry, 16 Mar 2009A very neat design from Nokia..i am sure this phone will be one of nokia's trump cards..i hope... morethey wouldn't release an e-series phone that would trump the release of the N97 would they
they'll look to use the N97 as the new flagship to take down HTC Touch
Anonymous, 15 Mar 2009Hello Original_Jamaican and a happy Sunday to you! From testing Bluetooth transfer, I can con... moreThats because when you were the video file, was being received as a message. There is an option for saving suck kinds of messages on the memory card. So there isnt need for such huge internal memory.
How I wish nokia will come up with a up graded e71,
that can view mobile tv and tv via the internet.
businessman loves to keep their news channel with them on the go!!! faster HSDPA is also a big plus.
as for the camera, please get rid of it.
Anonymous, 15 Mar 2009Hello Original_Jamaican and a happy Sunday to you!
From testing Bluetooth transfer, I can con... moreNice to hear from you.
One thing I left out in my last post is that regardless of the class Nokia phones are positioned at (high end or low end) they always work within a budget. This is something I learnt over the years. Therefore the E75 is designated as a high end device but add more internal memory would have possibly gone over the budget so they decided to cut back.
If you take a close examination at most Nokia phones ever released you will see where some high ends lacked something which a lower end phone had. The ONLY phone which seemed to have it all, for it's time was the legendary 6230...which was the first series 40 version 2 phone (s40v2). It was certainly the best back in it's time.
I have always said that Nokia tends to put a few nice features in low end phones to compensate for the class it's in.
Finally, I haven't tested large file transfers on s60 Nokias where the internal memory was less than the file being transferred. However, on s40v3 Nokias, like the Nokia 6300, if the internal memory was too low for the file being transferred it would automatically transfer it to the memory card.
screen does not match the qwerty kepad, its on one side. not a interesting phone
It is irritating why Nokia still have not given the SDRAM and the NAND memory on Forum Nokia
Furthermore the version of VoIP is not given. All this is clearly stated for the 5730 Xpress Music though the phone was announced AFTER the E75.
I also noticed that Forum Nokia did not bother giving the type of secondary call camera: VGA? QVGA? for either phone.
Why are Nokia so sloppy about tech specs after spending painstaking time building the phone? Is it too hard to write down the specs ??
A very neat design from Nokia..i am sure this phone will be one of nokia's trump cards..i hope it even better than nokia E71...which is the best nokia phone till date ...May be nokia could have done with a bigger screen..a design similar to HTC touch pro..which woud have given this phone the best of both worlds..a touch screen and qwerty Kepyboard..nonetheless a great phone..Hope that battery is a strong one....
does anyone know how loud is the speaker of the nokia e75 when listening to music?
Original_Jamaican, 14 Mar 2009I enjoyed reading your post BUT if you knew enough about Nokia phones you would have known tha... moreHello Original_Jamaican and a happy Sunday to you!
From testing Bluetooth transfer, I can confidently tell you that if the phone memory is low on the receiving phone it does NOT automatically switch to the memory card. Furthermore there is no way of manually switching to the memory card as the preferred storage. A few minutes ago I tried sending a 17MB video file (VGA:30fps) from my N93 to my N82. The latter only had 7MB of free phone memory. The following message appeared on the N82: "not enough memory to perform operation. Delete some data first!"
One is not given the option of switching to memory card to receive data. This is a valid reason why phone memory should be larger.......at least 2GB.
Let me give another scenario. You want to hotswap a memory card and transfer info from the new memory card to your phone's memory. Low internal phone memory aborts the process and defeats the whole spirit of phone to phone transfer ie not having to use a computer.
Let me reiterate that 50MB internal phone memory is not enough on a high-end contemporary business phone.
You state that Nokia knows what it's doing. Remember that Nokia is run by people; they are human; they are not infallible. With past flops such as the unnecessary N93i, one can only conclude that Nokia knows what it's doing SOME of the time but not all the time!
The E75 will probably be my next phone because it is an allrounder. It has a full QWERTY that allows one to speed type. The E55 keyboard is not as fast being only a half QWERTY. The E75 realises that "all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." In other words for a businessman to work maximally there has to be reciprocal recreation. Nokia have generously given us VGA;30fps camcording. This is absent in E55 (VGA;15fps).
The E75, though housing a side slider QWERTY is remarkably less thick than the N82 (14.4mm vs 17.3mm). This is a great achievement considering E75 is highly featured. Nokia obviously want their high-end phones to be more compact. This is why they announced E75 as the new communicator at the MWC last month. I doubt whether a communicator the size and weight of the E90 will ever be produced again.
Yet Nokia needs a contemporary E-series widescreen internet phone.
So many avidly use the web for business it is surprising why there is only ONE widescreen E-series: the E90.
Of course there is an alternative in the upcoming N97 but one look at the scanty QWERTY will indicate that it is not an E-series!
My hunch is that within three months Nokia will announce a 3.5 inch widescreen side slider touchscreen E-series phone. A touchscreen is unnecessary but Nokia have to satisfy the "junkies" that are addicted to touching screens!