Excerpt: This Nokia N75 is a member of slim and thin family folding cell phone but not less in any quality and features the others have. The best site is its own nokia site to cover all its features and also for offers on the phone and deals.
Excerpt: The Nokia N75 is a phone for AT&T and I thought it was a decent phone and offered him basically everything that you could ask for out of a phone. The phone is very bulky and weights three pounds which I did not like, it looks exactly like a …
Summary: I got this phone in March, dropped it once and the casing broke making it unusable. Got another one through insurance, and about a month later, the phone just went black for no reason. Was able to get another one and about a month after that, it started not being able to make calls from the address book but if you type in the number, it would call.
Excerpt: I purchased this Cingular-branded Nokia N75 in near-mint condition about two months ago for a very low price. I unlocked it myself, and I am enjoying it a lot. The software on this phone is Symbian 9.1, S60 3rd Edition, with software version 20.1.172 (also known as "Tab Top"). Unfortunately, I don't like Tab Top, as it replaced S60's active standby feature in all Cingular/AT&T branded N75's.
Excerpt: I've had my N75 for about 2 years now had have, overall, been quite pleased with it. It has been as much a PDA as a phone for me. Pluses: + Good, bright readable inside screen. + Nice function transreflective outside screen. + Very convenient system of buttons which allow, among other things, changing the writing mode, selecting frequently used apps, accessing the menus. + Big, fat, buttons, which are great for texting.
Excerpt: I've had this phone since August and I can say that I've been fully impressed with it. The huge screen is great and makes it so much easier to use. Pros: -Large, bright screen -Camera takes excellent pictures/videos -Sound quality is amazing -Music player is loud -Never dropped a call; great call quality -Large buttons make texting easy -Easy to sort messages/etc.
Excerpt: I got mine in August, only to have it die in December... pro: good music sound, big screen; con: horrible battery life, outside music player buttons. If you do get an N 75, definitely read the reviews here to learn about optimizing battery life, which is what I did, but you may want to consider the 6650. I just got mine, so I can't offer a detailed review, but the battery life is wonderful!
Excerpt: The Nokia N-Series has produced some excellent mobile devices. As a Nokia fan, I was expecting something amazing from the Nokia N75, but unfortunately, I found myself, over time, to be disappointed. Before I go on, I must say that the N75 I had was an AT&T branded phone.