URGENT HELP REQUIRED:
The nokia headset BH-900, can someone plz tell me is it A2DP or not, ie. can it play songs through bluetooth device or not? I have N73 for it. Urgent reply is greatly appreciated...
I have to get it by tomorrow. Plz... thanks again.
which color Nokia N73 you think better good between Frost White/Brown or Silver/Deep Pulm ? reply ASAP ... I need your help all..thx >.<
I was wondering if this fone will come with changable faces, if it is possible
I want Buy N73
Are this Good?
Have we beter mobile that is the same price or expensiver
plese help me
i just got the phone and its pretty good and dope. anyone knows why does a blue light keep flickering? is it because it's on standby mode?
What is the use of such a smart ph..If it has inaddequate batterylife ? batt life + signal = most imp feat of any mobile..
WiFi, High resolution screen
Better battery life, Bigger screen, Stereo speakers, AF, CZ
Cybershot branding, AF, BestPic, Xenon flash
K800i is totally camera-oriented. N73 strikes a balance between smartphone functionalities and camera quality. N80 focuses more on connectivity. Depending on what you need, get the corresponding phone. IMO, all three phones are superb, but I just prefer the brilliant screen and WiFi connectivity!
We should not compare a smart phone with a simple cell phone. However, both are competitive cameras. I am experiencing both K800i and N73. Please refer to the forthcoming comments:
K800i snaps very nice images but it mostly fails to handle backlighting. It ruins all the background or it lets the photographers to take their dimension even if they dont like it. N73 takes very sharp images and sometimes the color saturation goes beyond natural & actual colors but still it handles all types of backlighting in a very adept manner. With a graphic designing point of view K800i offers dpi only upto 72 whereas N73 provides pictures density up to 300 dpi which allows users to zoom in the taken pictures upto 200-250 % but K800i harldly manages ZOOM IN only upto 100%. This is what makes it very difficult to print the image above the sizeof 4"x6". However, comparing the camera settings and their ease of use, K800i completely beats N73. All the settings are comparable with any good digital camera.
Taking other possibilities, N73 completely spells over SE phone.It got all what any business user could expect from any good smart phone except lacking wi-fi which 90% of the users seldomnly use.
Thanks Ben, that solved it. And thansk to Saad for the quickreview aswell!
forgot one thing:
video recording is pathetic in K800i but really nice in the N73.
I own a K800i since the end of July. I even have the N73 since 2 weeks... Therefore, i guess i have a better comparison b/w both of them...
Photo quality is better in K800i marginally...(i personally prefer K800i for photo taking)
Photo and picture relating buttons are easy and really come in handy in the K800i. N73 is a bit tedious.
Sound quality is slightly better in K800i but is a big turn off for me when it comes to the loudness element. Speakerphone doesn't work loud in driving conditions too, N73 is much better in this regard. With a slightly marginaly low quality voice, which is unnoticeable for many but being much louder, one can enjoy music on the N73 rather than the K800i. I live in Pakistan, karachi, a noisy big city, K800i cannot satisfy my in terms of loudness at all.
Same resolution rendering in both the phones, therefore, bigger size in N73 deteriorates the looks of the pic slightly.
Lens cover at the back of k800i is a pain for me when the cell is in my pockets, it is bound to open every now and then... But it is solid and i can survive with it. No big deal. Its like if u love a ferrari, you can stick with its cons :)
I personally don't like the keybad... I have trouble even after a month of using it while typing messages... Fingers cross buttons all the time, that rarely happens in the N73( a great point for message senders).
Plus, symbian adv. on N73 is i can lock my cell all the time, save my photos and messages folder much well than in K800i.
K800i is a great phone for photography and i don't mind using it often for that purpose, but voloume loudness and keypads are big turnoff. As compared to N73, N73 has much more to offer than the camera alone. Too many functions in N73. I prefer N73 over K800i despite its disadvantages like lack of rept. alarm and 1 min voice recording only.These are not in my use at all. Well, i just wrote what i felt like.
PS: you people are most welcome to inquire about the two phones. You can ask whatever you feel like. Please contact through emails . If this post has helped you then please do reply and tell me so. Thank you!
U can change the keys if u want but the Main Menu key is accessible through the button above the "pencil" button on the LHS. Hope that helps Dreadnought
I am most likely getting this one soon. After reading the reviews and playing around with it in the store theres only one little thing that left me wondering. It´s about the Ui. How do you go to the main menu from the standby interface (the on where you can see calendar notes and some icons)? It would be apreciated if some user could please reply to this. Thanks.
camera this, camera that! i'm so sick and tired about all this bs regarding "cameras".this is gsm forum! cut the crap with thas "camera" stuff once and for all. go and buy decent digital camera and use your phones for talking and internet if you will. Listen up you douchebags: better camera does not makes a better phone. kapish?
k... here are some answers to Qs if they haven't been answered already... N73 should come in 2 colours; Silver Grey/Deep Plum OR Frost White/Metallic Red. This is according to the Nokia website. So far everyone I've spoken to and everywhere I've been only have the Silver/Plum one available. To copy numbers back n forth (although it normally asks automatically when u put the SIM in), 'Mark' the relevant contacts you want to move and then select 'Copy to SIM direct' and vice versa. And yes u can change the wallpaper if you want. Indeed the phone may be a bit slow and you can't change fascias etc but considering the features it is capable of they're small niggles which can be easily overlooked. I haven't had a Nokia phone in years, and I'm happy to return to what I believe is a quality handset from them. Feature packed, good camera, good sound quality and good battery for a 3G handset.
nokias were the first people to make cellfones but all their new cellfones which has a memory card inside operates too slow when you try to open an application it takes too long to open,nokia is still not improving this problem even if you see the latest N 73 or N 80 or N 91 still the same problem, runs too slow.few of the new nokia cellfones are made in such a way that you cant change the faceplates on it.i was so happy before that nokia were making a common charger pin size for all the modesl but these days they have a different pin so its not universal anymore.
Just got this phone.
Does anyone know if there is a message counter in the phone and also if there is a way to copy all contacts at once from sim to phone and vise versa.
Relax boys.All phones are good....buy this which can make you smile...In my opinion if you can't afford a N93 try a N73 or the N80.To be honest K800 is also a very good choise.