Summary: "Horrible phone. I still have a 3 year old E71, which is really nice to use. I have had 2 handsets in 4 months, although I havent used it much. The OS is so confused, it is sevralo steps backward from the E71. Poor signal. Verrryy,,,,Sloooow, unresponsive,freezes. Soft keys stop responding. 3's answer is to Factory reset , about evry week, so it takes about 30 mins to set phone up.
Summary: I've had the Nokia C3 for about 2 1/2 yrs and loved it, but as we all know cell phones don't last as long as regular phones so it was time for an upgrade. I wanted another Nokia mostly because of the GREAT battery life. As far as I'm concerned, no other phone can compare to Nokia in the battery department and having a touch screen w/all the other bells and whistles has never been important to me. However once receiving the Nokia E5 it left much to be desired.
Excerpt: On the plus side of the E5 it’s very easy to use and navigate. This might be a great phone for someone who only wanted to text, talk, and maybe check or send e-mails and Facebook. The full keypad makes texting simple, and I like the size and weight of the phone itself- it fits nicely in my hand. Over all, I probably wouldn’t recommend this phone to anyone else- unless you can get it super cheap and are in desperate need of a smart phone.
Summary: A few months ago, my previous phone, the Nokia e63 was coming to the end of its life, and I felt that an upgrade was in order. Having had a good run with my Nokia , I looked on the market for something which could improve upon the great experience I had had. Naturally I came to Nokia to find the E5 and decided that as the successor of my previous phone , surely this could be the phone I was looking for. Sadly I was mistaken.
Summary: This phone looks and works the same as a lot of the other E series nokias- which means exactly like a Blackberry but less hi-tech. It is a sleek design and it's relatively light which is always a benefit with such a wide phone in a woman's skinny jeans pockets, and compared to a blackberry the keys on the qwerty keypad are far easier to use as they are slightly larger.
Summary: I've had this phone for 10 months now. I wanted a phone not for the high end features, but simply for its battery backup. So i went for E5. If you're someone who uses a phone mainly for its basic use only i.e. calls and sms, then this one's the perfect phone. Battery life is excellent. Keypad is a little uncomfortable for people with large hands. It's better not to talk about the apps on a Symbian. Horrible and not at all good.
Summary: Ttthe There is a big glitch- a big flaw in this moble phone. Whenever a call comes in the phone, it does not show any name, but only number, even where the number and name is stored in the phone book. I mean the phone does not read phone book names during an incoming call. Also the call log list only shows the numbers but not the saved names to the numbers. So it becomes super anoying if u can't recognise the numbers without the names when recieving a call.
Summary: Its built with the decent quality you'd expect from Nokia, made with good quality materials, with a metal back plate. In comparison with the Blackberry, it feels more robust and aesthetically, actually looks a better phone . The Ovi Maps is a excellent application to have on a phone as standard. The scrolling button on this phone is not very functional for internet use at all; its not made for that really.
Pros: Made with good quality materials. it feels more robust and aesthetically
Cons: Selecting text recipients is a bit long winded. The settings menu is complicated
Summary: I bought this phone an yr back. Its got what one needs, internet, 3g, mails, chats etc. Earlier I wished the phone was faster but now a bigger problem is there and thats the internal memory. The phone has for some reason started giving an error message saying phone memory low. And because of that I cant message anyone, I cant save any new numbers! Its now a landline. I checked my phone and there's nothing thats consuming the internal memory.