Excerpt: This phone is solid with its qwerty keyboard and heaps of options although i think there are too many options. Good phone and can put music on it. Very solid. internet a bit blocky though. You can play lots of music. The camera is decent although not recommended. UI is quite quick.
Pros: Solid build and tough, Good battery, Text input is very easy with good keyboard, Music is good
Cons: Internet UI is bad, Camera not great, Getting photos off phone is difficult
Summary: I've been using the E63 since its launch 3 years ago. This phone was great underrated because there was the infamous overshadowing it. Yet the E63 was not unworthy at all. In many ways it surpassed the E71. The hype about the E71 was due to its thinness and metal parts.
Excerpt: cutting out the multimedia, camera and socila intergration its the best utility, business and messaging qwerty at such a low price.. the keyboard is just great.. no probs till now.. i love to text with it.. its comfy and soft and fast.. multimedia lacks a good photo and video gallery..
Pros: great keyboard, nyc shortcuts and comfortable to operate, quite capable
Summary: I like Nokia. I really do; my first cell phone in 1998 was a Nokia and it still works to this day. Compare that with the 4 Samsung devices I've had over the years, all of which broken almost exactly a year after the day of activation. I dislike Samsung, I really do.
Excerpt: One of the main reasons why I bought this phone in the first place was its solid battery life. The keyboard was small, though proved to be highly, highly useful and efficient once used to its small layout. The build of the phone isn't great, it feels cheap.