By far the worst design for battery life. The battery that comes with it is 1850mAh, if the bightness is set to half, the battery will die in 3-5 hours depending if you use the Internet or phone. With auto brightness, it's hard to see or appreciate the nice screen. Get the 3800mAh one offered!
battery is not that good compared to iphone. but the rest is perfect! best phone made yet.
how's the battery life on this? anyone get more than 5 hours on this battery from normal use? Been told by friends that battery is horrible on this device
AnonD-31331, 05 Dec 2011id rather wait for s3.when are they going to release s3? i'm waiting too
Better phone from apple ipad2 i had bought apple ipad2 3+ months pls anyone dont buy any product bcz ios is not better than android os
With all specification It is better but there is great shortcoming that is Card Slot which is very essential for memory expand and data transfer. Only for this reason I can't take it. Now I will have to wait for Galaxy HD LTE which has all things.
Have started to hate E72, been using it for 18+ months now and with the updates the phone email just not getting updated. Earlier it was the HTML issue, took it to Nokia care and got that resolved (btw, they wiped out all the data and phone was in Factory mode) had backed up all the data. Now am not getting any emails!!!
Nokia I have been a loyal customer for 10+ years but guess time has come to make the switch. E72 has given me the max problems so far.
Razr is really the thinnest and winner. IMPOSSIBLY thin Droid Razr LTE at 7.1mm it's a
miracle because the Razr the GSM version is at
7.1mm as well. HERE Samsung made the Nexus LTE... Verizon's Galaxy Nexus
revealed to be unsurprisingly
thicker than its GSM
counterpart Google this morning has outed the tech specs on
the LTE (aka Verizon's) version of the Samsung
Galaxy Nexus . Surprise, surprise, it's a tad
thicker, as LTE devices are prone to be. How
thicker? According to the new specs, Verizon's LTE version (that's the one you see at right
above) is a portly 9.47 mm, while the GSM
version (seen here at left) is 8.94 mm thick. By
our math, that's 1.3 mm thicker if you opt for the
Verizon version here in the states (and it's still
looking like that'll be the only domestic version for a little while). By comparison, the new HTC
Rezound is about 13.7 mm thick, the Droid Bionic
is about 10.16 mm, and the Droid RAZR is 7.1 mm
at its thinnest point. Droid Razr LTE 7.1mm vs Galaxy Nexus 9.47mm MotoGoogle Razr IMPOSSIBLY thin is a real RAZOR
AnonD-28751, 02 Nov 2011no tv out no Hdmi and supported most of video formats for what are you telling me you are going to carrying a HDTV wherever you go?
This is a CDMA phone will not work on GSM so not benificaial at all for GSM users
AnonD-28751, 02 Nov 2011no tv out no Hdmi and supported most of video formats for what HDMI port is so 2009. Newer phones have MHL micro USB port which supports HDMI.
AnonD-28751, 02 Nov 2011no tv out no Hdmi and supported most of video formats for what Its got HDMI/TV out through the micro USB port. Please do some research.
Just going to put it out there, the inclusion of the DLNA standard makes the lack of video out inconsequential...