i want to know which one is better n73 or n80.. can someone tell me your opinion? thanks..
Just called up Nokia Store in Glorietta. N73 is down to P30,100 in cash. (P32K+ CC). Here in Nueva Vizcaya can't find an N73 below P26K. But Really I don't mind paying P26-P30K as long as it doesn't have that annoying freezing SMS bug.. SMS is very important to me cos I use it a lot.... Anyway, I hope our fellow reiewers here in these forums are kind enough to give feedback if this bug is in the N73, specially those who had been using N73 for more than a month now. Hello, anyone????
argh... 25k only? Wowwwwwww....... *droolz* i wanna buy one! Im 21 m qc. ^__^
To chico: the 26k n73 that i found includes 1 month warranty only. I think there's an additional price if you wanted a year of warranty. *sigh* I've been waiting for this phone since April. waaaaaaa! =((
I'll apply for a bpi cc later @ g4.
I've been asking that for quite some time now, nobody answers... That is really my concern and I want to make sure there's no such SMS freezing bug before I buy N73. I've learned my lesson when I purchased N80 on the first days of its release. Keep me updated if you don't mind. Thank you.
-Chico, Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines
The Nokia N73 is an excellent phone. Yes it works in the US with Cingular. Yes, it has a very good camera. Yes, there is an equalizer. I have had the phone crash on me once, but other than that, it's been fine, and I'm sure it's nothing that a firmware upgrade won't fix. If you're picky, wait it out.
Some big issues that people might have trouble with are:
- Very slow camera start up time
- No way to sort contacts by first name (the feature is available, but doesn't work) [firmware]
- It requires a restart every so often, as there is a memory leak issue [firmware]
Everything else is great, though. The case seems to be quite resilient, and it has great audio quality (music on the headphones isn't that bad, either). It's more stable in terms of network switching than my old 6600, but it does seem to have weaker signal (this is my personal opinion and may not be true.)
I would wait until there is a v.2 or a firmware upgrade available, but if you really want it, it is very much usable (and beautiful) as-is now.
Is it every N73 user experience the 'freezing bug'? Or are they just some few isolated cases?
anyone using the N73 for more than a month now?
Does the phone freeze when sending SMS????
hello guys this phone is really cool and its better than samsung d900 go nokia
otherwise u will loose the chance??????
otherwise u will loose the chance
The phone's price starts at 510$(US)in some countries and keeps going up from a country to another,but it wont be more than 550$(US)
The N73 in my country costs 540$(US.
I hope that help.....
guys! is it true tat n73 takes better pic than n93 n yet n93 takes brilliant videos? do u think any update of firmware will improve e situation 4 n93? still deciding which 2 buy....?
Will the N73 work with Cingular in the US?
I'm thinking about buying it.
I currently have a Motorola V80 that works on Cingular, but not that great.
Hi!every phone user,i'm the n73 phone user.already 3 weeks used it,this phone pic quality & sound quality is perfect.large and clear screen.i'm so satisfy for this n73.just someone to know how to install phone lock software because this phone no auto phone lock system.someone can tell me PLS.thanks
I obtained the phone on an upgrade and returned it after a few days. The camera is first class but the phone froze 3 times when doing texts and I had to disconnect the battery to get it restarted. Its also a little bulkier than I expected.
To di: It's in Quezon City. It's also known as SM West. ^_^
In Greenhills, N73 costs Php 25,500 w/ 1 year warranty @ any Nokia service center.
I'm sure after a month or two, its price will drop. Good luck!
Ummm, cartz, asl? hehehe. ^_^