I've seen a video of the N73 being used and man It's a beast!
Go to www.youtube.com and search for N73!
n93 n73 n83 e61 e70 5501 are the best symbian pda phones . 6680 6681 6682 6620 for now
i think those of you who think the n73 looks ugly,havent seen the live pics.i too think it looks ugly on the official picsbut when i saw the live pics,it completely change my mind
it's most beautifull phone and it hass many activeties.i'm waitting for this phone
A2DP profile is a profile which allows you to use stereo bluetooth headsets to listen 2 music .Otherwise , if the handset doesn't have this profile , you can only make/receive calls with your stereo bluetooth headsets ( like Plantronics Pulsar , or Motorola HT820)
My mistake.I was writing an opinion about n93 before I replied to you.
A2DP - support for stereo bluetooth headset profile. Can listen stereo sound with bluetooth handsfree/headset that also supports A2DP.
N73 uses video (CIF), while K800 uses video (QCIF), which standard is suppose to be better? Any one knows?
CIF is 1/4th of "full resolution" TV, also called as D1 and is best-known because VideoCD standard uses this resolution.
A video format used in videoconferencing systems that easily supports both NTSC and PAL signals. CIF is part of the ITU H.261 videoconferencing standard. It specifies a data rate of 30 frames per second (fps), with each frame containing 288 lines and 352 pixels per line.
A related standard, QCIF (Quarter CIF), transfers one fourth the amount of data and is suitable for videoconferencing systems that use telephone lines.
CIF is sometimes called Full CIF (FCIF) to distinguish it from QCIF.
Quarter Common Intermediate Format ( QCIF ), a videoconferencing format that specifies data rates of 30 frames per second (fps), with each frame containing 144 lines and 176 pixels per line. This is one fourth the resolution of Full CIF. QCIF support is required by the ITU H.261 videoconferencing standard.
Just returned my K800i because of the Dust prown joystick,so i will now wait for the N73 an try it joystick out an make the right decision on which one will i get,the review i got in my WHAT MOBILE magazine showed the N73 can take superb pictures in the light an o.k its only got a light not a flash like the K800i for night time photos but the K750i just had a light an worked o.k in dark conditions,the K800i does not brighten up to help you in the dark like the K750i,Nokias as now grown up at last i hope with its camera mobiles an putting auto-focus on them an make me go back getting the N73 to see if it lives up to its performance in camera mobiles,I tried the N80 an Nokia made a big failure to me releasing the N80 till its firewall an software was fully sorted out an the batterylife was not good enough to use its functions the N73 got a superb battery life an can"t wait to get the N73 as soon as its released
impressive - s60, small dimensions, extremely big display, long battery life. but still, why did they left out wifi and where is A2DP-profile support??
too bad this phone doesn't have xenon flash unlike k800... the camera is useless at night...
I think I'm just gonna go with k800, at least the camera works ALL DAY, EVERYDAY, even at night!!!
@shtanga Write properly.No, the n93 does not have camera shutter.See for yourself at n93 pics at this site or go to google image search.
ok guys once and for all let me clear the fact that this phone has a 5 way navigator cause its a symbia phone and there is no doubt abt this. Noe take for example nokia 3250 which has the same type of navigation key and has the same os. It has a 5way navigation key.
now chill and wait for the phone.
Does N73 comes with 4-way or 5-way navigator?
Anybody knows which websites show photos and videos taken by N73?
ok its july now where is the phone nokia.
i want this phone very badly i luv it.
i was looking forward to buy SE k800i, but thought which one has better camera..so i will also wait for this one...any site where it is compared to SE k800i.its the same challenge as with n90 and w800i.
Expected July 2006
The Nokia N73 can be considered to be a substantially upgraded version of the Nokia N70, and it can be considered as a direct competitor to the Sony Ericsson K790i and K800i handsets. Most people will see the N73 as 3G phone with tri-band GSM, although we understand that there will be a quad-band GSM version with EDGE available for some markets too.
There's a large 2.4" 240x320 pixel display, a 3.2 megapixel main camera with Carl Zeiss optics (and the 3G version will have a secondary video calling camera). The Nokia N73 also has stereo speakers, an FM radio, Bluetooth and expandable memory using miniSD cards (to supplement the 42Mb of internal memory supplied as standard).
The software is the usual comprehensive Nseries package running on top of a Symbian S60 3rd edition operating system, including a multimedia player, web browser and email client. Nokia are pitching the N73 as a media device, in addition to being a camera phone, 3G phone and by the looks of it a pretty decent business handset. Also, pictures taken on the N73 can be uploaded to Flickr directly from the phone.
It's slightly smaller and lighter than the N70, at 110x49x19mm and 116 grams. Talktime has been improved to 4 hours (from 3.5) and the N73 has a maximum of 15 days standby time (up from 10). There are three colour schemes - silver grey/deep plum, frost white/mocha brown and frost white/metallic red.
On the downside, the N73 doesn't appear to support stereo Bluetooth and the keypad appears to have a similar cramped layout to the N70. Overall though, this is a very promising looking handset that is one of the best specified mainstream handsets we've seen to date, and it will probably be the biggest seller in the new Nseries range.
Nokia say that the N73 should be available from July 2006, although pricing has not been disclosed.