A solid choice for a slim, qwerty phone that does the job
Andy H., Amazon
14 February 2012
Summary: * Written in 2009 after purchasing through Amazon * My first mobile phone in 1998 was a Nokia, and I've hardly looked elsewhere since (except a BIG mistake trying out MetroPCS with an awful touchscreen Samsung!
Summary: I've had this phone for about a month now. Previously I had an E51 which is smaller than the E75 but the phones are similar. The E75 has a bit more power under the hood from what I see and the larger screen is a plus.
Summary: This is a great phone, with lots of nice features. but it lacks a good sound quality, and, for a business phone, this is unforgivable. The size is very nice, better than the e71 and e72. I would recommend a comparisson between the e72 and the e75 to check this sound issue.
Summary: this phone i got is really cool...it has 2 ways for texting, / slide and the front panel; and the capability of it..makes it a good phone to have..camera and video is clear and have more storage/ yet its unlocked which u can use it around the globe..wherever u are...great phone..recommended...
Summary: all the features are like a regular nokia phone and i have only ever used nokia phones so i have had no issues getting used to it. my only complaint is that the numerical keypad is a bit cramped. otherwise everything works perfectly.
Incredible phone; though there were a few speedbumps.
Andrew R. Stephan, Amazon
7 August 2009
Summary: First: The bad. I purchased this phone because my old phone, (a Sony Ericsson), broke. One week after I received the phone the internal screen broke/cracked on its own accord. I take amazing care of my phone and treat it with much TLC.
Summary: I'm using this phone on T-mobile, paying $5 for the t-zones service (WAP) since it will not work with 3G on T-mobile. Pros. Size= for being a full keyboard slider it is very compact Battery Life= I can usually go 2-3 days between charges with a few voice calls, tons of texts, and browsing the web.
Summary: Got this phone a few weeks ago...so here are my thoughts. Pros:Good call reception (AT&T,NY region). Very solid build quality. Like the qwerty keyboard,great for text and email. Email set up a breeze. Fast user interface. No lag when opening apps. Nice display. Metal battery cover. Nice touch Nokia.