Very nice hardware, frustrating software & support
limespider, Phone Arena
16 January 2012
Excerpt: average of each category is 5.7... but everyday usage must be weighted significantly more, which drags my overall score to 4.0 I ran out of boxes for cons, but just click on the individual ratings to see why i rated it that way....
Summary: This is an awesome phone, one of the best I've had but it won't last long, the charging port just stops working after a while and as you can't remove the back, the phone is pretty much useless now, it lasted just a year.
Summary: Let me start with the body - The phone lacks the ability to be held firmly nicely while using the keyboard or the touch. Unless you have large hands, it is bound to slip off and fall. Nokia should have considered using not so slippery materials for the outer body. Battery - Pathetic for a smart phone which needs to be syncing emails all through the day.
Summary: I am almost entering a period of despair trying to find a good business mobile phone! I was so looking forward to the E7. I had written off Blackberry as not a serious business phone when I discovered I couldn't synch my SMS messages and a few other things with my PC - can you imagine - a phone that's supposed to be a business phone, and I can't simply copy my SMSs etc to my PC? That's Blackberry off my list.