Excerpt: I used dis phone more dan 6 months... It's a good phone actually... Bt d problem wid dis phone... While texting or talking to someone it automatically fails d network connection n informs to insert SIM card though u hav a SIM card... N d phones restarts automatically... I can't understand y it's happening... N I also upgraded d software in d Nokia care itself... Dey tld no problem it will be fyn from nw on.. Bt it carries d same problem... I dnt knw wat to do...
Excerpt: I am really dissapointed. I am using the phone for business mainly. Nokia turned a great keyboard oriented symbian s60 on e72 into poor man's android clone which cannot be used with keyboard only with e6. Problems: - often when somebody is trying to call me there is an eror mesage on the screen WSERV LOGGING ERROR with some number and i cannot answer the call - when trying to write sms after entering the new sms scren the keyboard is very unresponsive, looses keystrokes...
Pros: multiple homescreens and good swipe down message area with toggles for bluetooth/silent mode/mobile data etc., lock/unlock slider which is also switching on flashlight when long pressed. On previous phones there was a tendency to unlock and call random people from the pocket, Excellent battery life.
Cons: Cannot be used with keyboard only, Camera unable to take photos of documents, Screen space wasted on home screens
Summary: This phone is pretty good. It has good features that I can use for my job. The only thing of bad of this phone is the speakerphone you dont hear clear and its not that laud. other then than is a good phone.
Summary: A replacement for my 2 year old E72 which sadly did not survice the washing machine. The E6 is a great phone which makes use of both qwerty keyboard (excellant touch/feel) and touch screen. Most things can be done by whichever input option you prefer. The web-browers is fast and works really well (a big improvment here) and set up a configuration of the nokia push email service was quick and easy. Greate camera and flash.
Summary: Over all a great phone, the battery life is respectable (needs charging about twice a week). Everything loads quickly and the GPS is stunningly good. It grabs a lock based on the wifi networks almost instantly and the GPS location isn't normally far behind. The only real disappointment with this phone is it's camera, there's no macro mode so you can't shoot anything closer than 50cm.
Summary: I dont think the CPU(combined with GPU) is so much of an issue. It will probably be on par with android mobiles with 800mhz or 1 ghz cpu. If the cpu is good enuf to record and play 720p videos effortlessly, what else do you need? The occasional lags can be because of not so perfect os. Belle will solve this to some extent. Also CPU is 680mhz as opposed to 600 mhz as said in the review.
Pros: Awesome call quality, Good audio quality, Good build quality, qwerty keyboard is real comfortable, display is really crisp and bright(good outdoor visibility), symbian anna is perfectly usable, good battery life, gps is fast, video recording has lots of details and is smooth, camera has nice colors and contrast
Cons: The screen could have been bigger. Notification light is almost useless. Camera lacks autofocus, Anna is still no android, let alone iOS.
Summary: Looks cool, internet is fast and the wifi selection priority is excellent. key pad is the right size, and the touch screen is quick and easy. the apps choice is good for me, but is limited to Nokia Avi store. the front camera is excellent for video talking, i'm not fust about the lack of auto focus, but it does take excellent photos & Videos. the screen resolution and depth of colour is first rate. the phone is solid and feels right in the hand.
Pros: Excellent looks, solid in the hand, easy to use, screen quality is superb and the photos & videos are brilliant
Cons: Help guide/instruction can be a little confusing.
Summary: Being my first smartphone, I think it's good enough for the pourposes I meant it. I don't think it's worse than a Blackberry for a business use. Ovi Maps are not as precise and useful as I'd like, and the overall internet navigation could be be improved. However I am quite happy with it and not disappointed at all.
Summary: Coming from the Nokia E90 in 2007, I had great expectations for this device, and I was overall pleased with the purchase. Die-hard Symbian fans will quickly figure out the layout of menus etc, and with UI improvements expected before the end of the year, Symbian is looking rosy again. User interface is practical enough, and being able to add short cuts to programs and web pages to any of the 4 home screens is a welcome addition; much better than the active desktop on the...