Excerpt: I used to own a Nokia E71, which was a giant upgrade from my previous Blackberry, which had always given me problems from the word go. I came to learn of the existence of the Nokia E72, a supposed upgrade of the E71, and I got myself one, expecting …
Excerpt: The AT&T Nokia E72 is generally a really good phone. It’s a smartphone and thus has email capabilities, browses the internet, and is wi-fi ready. It is candy bar style and therefore has no touch screen which I personally really like because my fingers are always greasy …
Summary: i got this phone in 2011, two years after its release. It was a replacement for an N80 (which was a fantastic phone in its day) and my first E Series. The QWERTY layout drew me in and i have never looked at any other form factor since this one. It is a shame it is vanishing from the market in the transition to all touch all the time.
Good phone, some flaws, beware of refurbished ones from China
3 January 2013
Summary: This phone was good, but it had a couple of drawbacks, which I will list below: - The memory (RAM): It has a total of 120 mb, and about 50 mb is already used up by default background applications. And if you run out of memory (which happens often if you browse webpages that don't have a mobile version), then all the programs restart.
Excerpt: I bought it a couple of days ago, it is really cheap in DELL' SB shop,that is about 220 dollars before the tax. Though it has a small screen and cannot be touch but the full keyboard is great. it is convient especially when you send a text and chat online. The GPS is also great, i used it a lot cause i usually got lost. It contains a car kit and i can easliy fix it into the front glass of my car,so i can use it when i am driving.
Excerpt: Nokia E72: A good phone if nokia is what you want I bought this phone from a friend who no longer wanted it. I have always wanted to have a blackberry style phone in backup just in case I lost or broke my iPhone. The Nokia E72 is a pretty slick phone by itself. Since it is not readily offered by many carriers and not too many people buy it you generally get people eyeing your phone when you are out and about. Most will mistake it for some kind of blackberry.
Good phone if you do not consider it as a smartphone
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I upgraded from Nokia E63 to the E72 which has improved OS and is better looking. Perhaps for the first time, I feel frustrated about a cellphone. I have been using the phone for a month now, and I still cannot wrap my brain around the notion that Nokia would release a product with such poor built quality and so many flaws. There are just so many problems even though you can see traces of the very successful E63 and E71 influence on the E72.
Excerpt: I love the Nokia E series (sadly, i'm tired of it and want to go Android now), but it was so nice while i had it. People kept mistaking it as a blackberry but I personally think it's much easier than a BB. Sadly, the apps are not as great and it's kind of old-fashioned but once you hack the phone a little bit.
Summary: This is probably the most unique, stylish, and fully loaded phone that I ever had. The design and key functions were just right for me (big hands). I am not a fan of touch screen phones so I decided to purchase this. It was worth the buy.
Excerpt: This was my first proper smart phone. I liked the full keyboard on it a lot as I use my phones for email a lot. I was disappointed though when I started to notice some shortcomings. Firstly I felt that as Nokia progressed the more they cluttered the UI and it became less user friendly. Also disappointed by the capabilities of Symbian and the lack of both manufacturer and 3rd party apps essential in a smartphone.
Pros: Full keyboard, Good battery life
Cons: Irritating UI, Cheap feel to the build, Screen too small for serious smart-phone needs