Summary: When compared to the recently launched Samsung Vibrant or other competitors like the HTC EVO 4G , iPhone 4 , or Motorola DROID X , the E73 can't compete. But it doesn't have to. In reality, the device (and its $69.99 price tag) is targeted at the low-end, first-time smartphone crowd.
Pros: Build quality is fantastic for a mid-range smartphone; front-facing camera (though video calling isn't supported); excellent reception and battery life.
Cons: Symbian is long in the tooth and isn't as media-centric as its competitors.
Excerpt: Background: A Nokia affiliate asked us to do a review on the new Nokia E73 Mode, which runs on T-Mobile’s network, a few weeks ago. Having reviewed the Nokia E71x in an earlier post – I found the hardware to be solid while the capable (if uninspiring and dated) Symbian OS was positively crippled by...
Summary: As far as call quality goes
, this is one a standard Nokia phone. The ringer is loud and clear, vibration strong enough to be noticed.
The quality of materials used is great, the battery cover sits tight and metal surface feels expensive.
Summary: The Nokia E73 Mode is a phone from the E-series family of business phones. The Nokia E73 mode's look resembles prior E-series phones, and you would think so do the internal workings. But do they? Keep reading to find out in this Nokia E73 mode review.
Excerpt: Look at the E73 and you’ll like it. Handle the E73 and you’ll love it. Nokia’s $70 (on T-Mobile with two-year contract) E73 follows in the footsteps of both its twin-like E72 and the lovable E71 before it with a rock-solid steel chassis built for the businessman.
Pros: Extremely attractive design, BMW build quality, Rock-solid voice quality and reception, Reasonably quick browser, Above-average camera, Responsive navigation
Cons: Antiquated S60 interface, Optical trackpad not useful, Awkward camera bulge, Clumsy browser, Hard-to-use microSD slot
Conclusion: If you're a Nokia S60 person and want a QWERTY smartphone, the Nokia E73 Mode is likely to please. And if you want a candy bar form factor smartphone with a keyboard but dislike BlackBerry phones, the E73 is also a hot pick.
Conclusion: Quando lançou o E73, a Nokia novamente provou porque é líder mundial em telefonia celular, deu um recado à Blackberry e à Palm, e ainda mostrou que não precisa de touchscreen e multimídia pra ser eficiente e confiável; duas palavras que agradam quem procura um smartphone que seja uma ferramenta de...
Pros: Excelente design., Teclado QWERTY completo., Várias opções de conectividade.
Cons: Sistema operacional defasado., Resolução da tela muito pequena., Não tem touchscreen.