Summary: Steve Litchfield continues his review series of Nokia's S60 3rd Edition devices with a detailed look at the Nokia N73. Stuart Clark (of Sendo Smartphones fame) adds a long-term second opinion.
Excerpt: You know something is up when you receive a powerful smartphone and you don't rip open the box to make a phone call or try out an Excel spreadsheet. Instead you slide open the camera lens cover and madly take photos of anything remotely attractive or interesting. That's the Nokia N73: a camera that just happens to have a smartphone attached.
Summary: The lack of native Wi-Fi may dampen the appeal of this unit for some, but even so it remains a solid choice due to its multimedia offerings especially the 3.2 megapixel Carl Zeiss camera at the forefront.
Pros: Excellent display, Camera, Solid Features list, Included 3.5mm headphone jack
Summary: I remember an extremely wet day last year, a very long walk from Clapham Junction to Battersea Bridge (faulty sat nav) and then a presentation offering almost everything that a mobile phone could possibly offer.