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: the phone is wonderful super as a regular phone I will buy this over a Samsung when the phone drop you picup and continue talking its like ant shock battery last long when I say long I meant days without charging two camera when using Skype only see still pic whatsapp Skype, email, internet radio,...
Summary: This phone is junk, you cant use email services, even if you download Emoze which is the only email app available to this phone. You cannot access SIM Services app which is the only way to change settings on your SIM card. The phone is constantly freezing, glitching and shutting itself off.
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.
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.
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.