Summary: Once upon a time, Nokia reigned supreme. With its full Qwerty keyboard and looks with finesse, it enchanted droves of buyers who flocked to get a Nokia. It was / it is a reliable phone, and Nokia has done an excellent job in keeping the chargers interchangeable - kudos!
Summary: It's a great phone not a touch screen but its still a great phone one or two downfall it needs a better App Store nokia's just doesn't do it for me but over all surfing and texting and staying in contact also checking emails this is your phone
Summary: I was very excited to get this phone, since it is my first smartphone. I had great expectations but got a little dissapointed on the 4th day of use when a notice starting showing up that said "memory full", or something like that.
Summary: The E5 is a really solid phone, with great hardware features. The phone software and the associated Ovi Suite PC software in incredibly finnicky, getting things to work in complete harmony seems to be just a bit out of reach for this phone.
Summary: EDITTED - original review <<<Very disappointed. I was leaning over looking at something on the ground and the phone slipped out of my pocket less than an arms lenght from the ground. Has not turned on since.
Summary: The Nokia E5 is seemingly a great product even though at first it seemed complicated to customize it according to my wishes. The main problem with this phone is that there seems to be a memory capacity problem even though the only items I have transferred from my old phone to the new one is my...