Summary: As far as Nokia N-Series phones go, this is the lowest-end. Rumor is AT&T cut down another N-Series phone to make the N75 and Nokia didn't want to release it but had to. For the same price, you can pick up any of the faster, better equipped E or N series Nokia smartphones.
Pros: Clamshell form factor, S60v3 OS and side-loading, MicroSD slot, US 3G support. Better than 90% of AT&T phones. Looks nice.
Cons: Slow CPU, no WiFi, low memory, build quality questionable (lots of b-stock), proprietary connectors, included software, AT&T custom firmware (see below), no WiFi, not standard Nokia N-Series web browser, poor battery life.
Excerpt: After having Nokia phones since I was old enough to talk I must say this one is a major disappointment. Pros: Nice Screens Easy and fast data transfers Easy to use symbian platform better talk volume than previous nokia's I've had Cons Battery lasts a day or less if you use phone a few times.
Excerpt: Pros: I liked the size of it. The camera is a 2 megapixel, it has a loud speaker, and the ability to load music onto it (if you have a memory code) Cons: Battery lasts a day. Internet slow. Camera has flash that makes pictures blue. Antenna is horrible.
Excerpt: Pros: A very very SMART phone, S60 is great as fas as features expandablility internet browsing goes. Ultimate in menu customization 3G Cons: Hard to use. Hand offs. In a roaming handoff (where my ericsson works fine) the Nokia will give a Network error dropped call.
Excerpt: I have had this phone since probably around September. At first I liked it. Pros: great camera! music cons: it freezes, it takes forever to load things, it's confusing and I could go on. It's a nice looking phone but I don't recommend it.
Excerpt: I got the N75 upon recommendation by the Disability Dept. at AT&T due to low vision. Overall I actually like the phone. As others have said though it does take some getting used to with the menu's and such. However, once you have it its simple.
Excerpt: I bought the N75 and used it for 4 months, but I just could not afford to keep using it - it had too many shortcomings to overcome it's great features. The biggest problem was the battery life - I rarely could make the battery last through 6PM.
Excerpt: Overall, I was excited to receive a new phone because my 5-year old samsung was dying. A friend recommended the N75 to me because I could get a smart phone in a small package. That was a big mistake.
Excerpt: This is my first review on here. I am a store manager for a large agent of AT&T, we love to look at the reviews of up and coming phones, but I had to stick my 2 cents in on this one.I will have to agree with 2wdsux. Fortunately, I didn't pay for mine either. Won it form a Nokia contest. Good thing.
Excerpt: -there is no way to lock the outer mp3 buttons so you end up playing your favorite songs at rather inopportune times. -The talk time life on the battery is pretty low. -The camera is just plain terrible. -Bulky proprietary head phone jack renders this phone difficult to use as a pocket mp3 player.