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.
Pros: Great features, camera, keyboard, sturdy, customization, 3.5mm audio jack
Cons: Software/Operating System, battery life, apps, OS again, dust under screen, buggy
Summary: An ok phone. Definitly not worth the money. The phone looks better than it performs. The phone is heavy for its size. I didn't notice any improvement in reception from my old phone using T-mobile. The phone is relatively slow running through the apps.
Summary: I bought a E75 last Sat on Nokia Sale for $265 to replace my E51 that I really like. After 3 hours of use I decided to keep my E51 and sell this E75. Here is why. 1. Cheaper plastic is used compare to E51. (THis E75 is made in China while E51 is made in Finland) 2. Too heavy for my taste. 3.
Summary: The idea of this phone is pretty good, nice functionality and quality. The battery dies after 15 hours with messenger and/or email enabled. Nokia's email client is nice but pretty limited. I had to purchase an external solution to get the phone working properly with my email accounts.
Summary: I usually buy things for the long-haul and consider paying a bit more if the item offers good "value for money". So, when I saw a $50 online coupon, I decided to jump on it and buy the E75 for $250 directly from Nokia at [...].
Summary: Take my breath awwwwwaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyy dun dun dun!
Pros: Great design and keyboard, easy software setup, fairly good call quality.
Cons: Exchange Sync just simply does not work for me, the suggested fixes are things like get your it department to change settings on IIS (good luck with that) even though everybody else's phone works fine. This seems widely reported. Day 1: Setup e-mail and installing palringo (instant messenger clie...
Summary: Phone has a lot of promise (turn-by-turn GPS works pretty well, nice form factor, solid build quality...), but the OS is not as polished as it should be for a $400+ smartphone. Two examples that were quite frustrating to resolve: 1 Some of the VOIP functionality has been stripped away.
Excerpt: The E75 is the newest addition in the E series segment of Nokia.Nokia e series phones have always been great as business class handsets.But is it really a businessman's delight?? Let me first tell you that the E75 is so very ordinary when it comes to user friendliness..Surprised?