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: From ATT still locked and branded it's a great phone but once you debrand it, you have 60 mbs free instead of the 40. Also, once debranding lets you switch to UMTS only or GSM Pros: Symbian. Completely amazing OS, edit so much, there is literally an infinite selection of powerful apps and games you can get. Browser, download a slew of files from ANY website simultaneously, then hit "Hide" and continue browsing as you download. Branded and unbranded. Screen is big&bright.
Excerpt: I've had the N75 for a few days and while I think it is a very good phone I'm finding it difficult to navigate and setup the phone in general. The forums have been helpful in giving good advice when I've needed help. Pros: The phone reception is excellent in both making and receiving calls. Nice large screen. Many options you can customize. Speaker phone very good. I haven't had any battery issues. Cons: Difficult to navigate and use, only my opinion.
Excerpt: I received my Nokia N75 today and its a AT&T. I like the looks of the phone but not so in the inside. The messaging takes so long to load and some files or folder.... I don't know the battery yet... I'm making a record right now and see for how long my battery will last.... I'm planning to buy a new battery maybe in the near future or later..
Excerpt: I've review a lot of phones on here (see my profile) but I definately own and use the phones prior to reviewing them. I eagerly awaited the arrival of the N75 for nearly 6 months. Upon arrival, I would have been much more pleased with the overall product had it come out 6 months ago when it was first announced. But I'll go ahead and get into my Pros and Cons on the N75 Pros +Symbian UI. Better than Windows Mobile or Palm.
Excerpt: As an avid Nokia fan and a Cingular (AT&T) subscriber, life isn't easy. I waited and waited for this phone to come out and bought it the first day it came out. I played with it over the weekend and was thrilled with everything about it. Unfortunately, that was until the battery went dead half way through the first day that I used it for work. My job requires regular use of cell phone use, about 3000 minutes monthly.