im thinking of getting this N73 or SE K810i sooon. i dont know which one to get
my doubts of N73 are:
is the Menu slow?
does it Hang is the music player?
does it hang generally?
are the stereo speakers loud?
does it crash and jam?
but im sure that the SE K810i WONT give me any problems ..since its not a smartphone
For your info, N95 is for sale in Singapore for about S$1,200/- without contract. Is it out in France ?
Gorpalm, as u said in not ready for using smartphone. I agree totally.
See he has gone back to his K750, and he happily shooting pictures and texting away. He has not miss all the other functions that a smartphone has.
Gorpalm's situation should be a very good example for people who want to buy N73 for the wrong purpose and usage.
Lahiru, how u manage to get such a fantastic score for the yeti's game. Good job.
You are not ready for smartphones.
Thats normal smartsphones slow.But not too mush.I know N73 slower than K750i but K750i is not a smartphone.
If you updated your FIRMWARE you have no problems.I'm using N73 since 4 months & I don't have any problems.
Oh, and forget to mention THAT keypad - what on earth was Nokia thinking? "Lets have a massive lovely screen but sacrifice the interface"? The keypad is tiny - My fingers aren't oversized, but with this keypad you have to stab vertically down on each button otherwise you're at risk of hitting other keys - This is not a phone for texters. Think Nokia realised there was a problem too, as they have those horizontal ridges built in to those tiny keys as finger guides to help separate them - a lousy ergonomic quick-fix. Maybe should have had a larger keypad and cut down on the number of function/soft keys (EIGHT).
Have actually stopped using this phone, and gone back to my trusty old SE K750.
Great screen but: you can't get a full screen wallpaper on it;
Comprehensive list of functions but: Nasty navigation and SLOW processing of every function - like it's having an internal debate when you use the camera, or navigate the menu, or start a function, or want to send a text/mms;
Good speakers but: Sometimes the ringtone Slows Down and distorts, even when volume turned down;
Good camera but: very low refresh rate on screen gives 'wobble' effect, slow focus, pictures come out w a distinctive red tint bottom right hand corner, and because of navigation and focus slowness, don't think you can take those impulsive shots, and quality actually only average against K800 and very poor against Sharp 903s 3mp cam;
OK mp3 player but: the most amazingly fiddly and easily tangled earphone set I'd ever had to use (its like a lanyard).
Average usage also means a daily battery charge.
Seriously, the specs looked just fantastic on paper and that's why I got it, but living with it on a day to day basis is a bit of a lesson in frustration - especially if you're moving over from a SE. I wish I'd gone for the K800 now - camera the same, but better cam functionality and Faster.
This is one hell of a sexy phone. But that's it. It looks so good and everyone wants to buy it, but why.
The navigation sucks and so does the camera. You cab get a much better photo with a SE 2mp phone. I bougtht this phone and my little brother has a SE W810i. And when we make a picture, there is absolutely no difference.
Now I am the proud owner of a SE W880i and I don't feel the slighest hint of regret.
So when you buy this phone you should really consider this.
crash crash crash - that's the phones most common feature - most terrible phone ever owned.
this phone's bluetooth does not connect well with an Audi car kit. You will be able to make and receive calls but the phonebook cannot be accessed by the car kit. Also, for some unknown reason the bluetooth connection is sometimes dropped. I also have a Nokia 6230, and I must say that the 6230 bluetooth works perfectly with the same Audi car kit
from all the reviews read, i think the n73's a solid smart phone. i have a sony w810i but i think i need to stepup to the call of the n73. one qustion though, what's the diff.. with the music edition and the original n73.please tell me so that i can decide on which one to buy.
Can u reconfirm your posting. Are u refering to the model N73I or the firmware Nokia N73 (1).
As far as I know, Hong Kong already has the N73 ver for WIFI which is N73I. Since u bought yr phone there it may seems to be so. Thus yr problem with updating maybe.
Else, try what Ali has posted earlier and please do backup yr informations as update with erased all phone memory. Also during update do not get yr phone disconnected.
Would be nice if u could indicate yr Country. good day.
i wanna buy a nokia n73, but my friends sy the joytick is not that good at all? is it true?
@roberto...i have the same n73 as urz...rm133 and n73-1...and i got my software updated!!!!! just go to www.nokia.com/softwareupdate...chaoo
I tried to upgrade the software today but I was told that my model was N73-1 and it wasn´t possible to do it. Anyone knows what is the difference between a N73 and a N73-1 (bought in HK)? spec: type RM-133 Model: N73-1. Please help! Thanx
I love this phone but when are Nokia gonna let us have Animated Wallpapers like on Sony's and Samsung's. Thats the only thing left off that I need apart from WiFi.
Loads of phones have animated wallpapers/screensavers Nokia really should make this standard on all phones.
hellow for all i am just looking to buy the n73 but there are some problems with navigation and all pls send the me about the n73
Hey, does anyone know if NOKIA is gonna bring out a N73 UPDATE/UPGRADE which has WI-FI on it cuz i dont understand why they left out wi-fi off it AND if so will it also have a MORE FIRM/BETTER JOYSTICK, waitin a reply..thanx!!!
as far as i know no it doesnt support A2DP, the NOKIA N91-8GB Music Edition does thou
Hi every one,
This is surya, I'm using this phone for the past few months. As per my experience this is the best phone I ever seen it and even consider the battery backup and clarity of the picture. I sincerely suggest you all to go for this piece.