Excerpt: this phone is very slow. Its embarasing to take a picture to somebody and ask to stay quiet because camera is super slow. also the phone menu and meda browser is slow. if this phone were fast, It will be the perfect phone.
Excerpt: I've got good and bad feelings about this phone. It's well sized, is elegant, functional, and a lot of usefull features as WiFi, 3G, a pretty decent camera with good light and that kind of stuff. No problems at all with signal, audio or SO hangs. The bad side of this phone is the lack of free USEFUL software for Symbian (very bad developer policy), que plastics quality, the slider system and the lack of simple things like changing the fontsize for example.
Excerpt: The Nokia E65 used to be my dads he used it for 1 year and now he gave it to me. It has stayed in perfect condition and it looks good as new. Love the gripSlide up is perfectEasy to handleVery good volumeCamera is better than any phone i've ownedGood business phoneMust buy phone
Excerpt: There are two bads with this phone. 1. Works extremely slow, i mean it, like when you browse the menus it takes annoying amount of time to get them opened. 2. When slided open, it gives an annoying sound at the background; can be heard when close to your ear or in quiet.
Excerpt: Have had this phone for about 1 week now
and would like to provide some feedback.
I am in the US using Cingular with it.
A prioority for me as a previous WM5
user is being able to sync with Outlook 2003
including full contacts, notes and calendar.
I have many notes, so I am curious how
phones handle this. Only a 3rd part
application I had with WM5 worked really
Excerpt: Overall I am pretty happy with the phone. I was previously using a Nokia E62 with Cingular. Here are the pros and cons of E65
1. Reception is great
2. The phone feels pretty compact in the hand and pocket.
3. Fast user interface, no visible lag for menu transitions.
4. Decent camera: small startup time
5. Display is very sharp and clear
6. Earpiece volume is pretty loud
7. Charges very quickly (about 1.5 hrs for a full charge)
8. Slider is strong and rugged
great smartphone, doesn't sacrifice on the phone part either.
alter, Phone Scoop
17 May 2008
Excerpt: I'm coming from a Blackjack and before that an LG CU500. I'm on Cingular.
The LG was a great PHONE but once I saw waht the Blackjack could do (real web pages, all my email, etc.) I was hooked on smartphones. The problem with the Blackjack was it failed me as a phone (callers heard everything but me, in all but the quietest of settings) and had mediocre battery life (dying on me at 8pm on a Friday and Saturday, sheesh, that's when I most need a cellphone).
Excerpt: What can i say that hasn't been said about the E65? I mean the backing Nokia is by far the best (up to debate btw diehard Sony Ericsson fans) but for the most part we can say that Nokia is the best. The E series is the business series and unlike the other E series from Nokia it lacks the full qwerty keyboard, but i think it makes up for it with its elegant slider design.
Excerpt: First off, I am not a phone expert, just a tech-loving pseudo-geek. So please don't expect a comprehensive review! But I just got this phone and figured that my impressions might be helpful to somebody. This is a small, sexy phone. The materials and construction are excellent. If fashion is a priority I doubt many would be unhappy with it's physical appeal. The display and sound quality are excellent. Ergonomics are somewhat compromised by the small size.