Nokia E75 is great for those turned off by Blackberries
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The Nokia E75 is my current cell phone and it is very helpful as a college student. I did not want a Blackberry or a iPhone because they were a dime a dozen at college, but I needed a phone that was easy to use, had Wifi (because my parents disabled the text messaging capability on my plan), and had a keyboard. I needed the Wifi so that I can use the internet during classes and work so that be overtly bored.
Summary: Overall this is a decent phone, a great texter, but a bad smartphone thanks to the OS. But if youre looking for the pinnacle of quality, look elsewhere. It has all of the features you could want and has a fantastic keyboard, but the crappy OS, mediocre battery life, and lack of apps is depressing. Nokia is improving their apps and app store immensely, but mostly for touch-screen phones only, which this one is not. The battery life is not terribly good either.
Pros: Great features, camera, keyboard, sturdy, customization, 3.5mm audio jack
Cons: Software/Operating System, battery life, apps, OS again, dust under screen, buggy
Excerpt: The email is pretty much unusable for me, and I bought it hoping I could replace my well loved and adored Nokia E70. This unit does not even come close! Also, the folks at Nokia seem to have backburnered free Ovi Maps for this particular device, as well as many other annoying buggy firmware...
Summary: I was sure the Nokia E-75 will be a better E-series. The main problem of this device is comfort, it is not comfortable to use regarding button and Mail setup. i have it for a week and got rid of it.
Cons: big con: dumb email. have gmail on it that does not show latest mail. connects then disconnects in 2 seconds, always two-three days late, even skipped all mails till 2007! for a biz phone, this smartphone is dumb. worse, nokia does not respond.
Excerpt: "The Nokia E75 has the same features one would expect from the eSeries: an impressive file management system, a sleek, professional design and good connectivity capabilities. In addition, the sliding side combined with the QWERTY keyboard make texting even easider.In terms of design, it is slightly larger and heavier than the e71, which could be an issue for some. Personally, I prefer it, mostly because of the slightly ...
Pros: good office software, great for texting, sleek design, great e - mail
Summary: The Nokia E75 has the same features one would expect from the eSeries: an impressive file management system, a sleek, professional design and good connectivity capabilities. In addition, the sliding side combined with the QWERTY keyboard make texting even easider. In terms of design, it is slightly larger and heavier than the e71, which could be an issue for some.
Pros: sleek new design, better texting
Cons: the keyboard design could be improved, small screen