Cons: To hear well you need to attach a headphone at least. When receiving a call, answering button sometimes shows a menu like pressing the messages button, the same when making a call. It's not a functional device.
Summary: My first phone was sent back as the key pad would not allow me to unlock the phone - not a good start. 2nd phone still going after 8 months, result! Biggest problem is how slow the phones is, the lag is terrible, navigating would try the patient of a saint. 2nd biggest is the key lay out as per other reviews; starting or ending calls is difficult.
Summary: This phone has got lots of features for low price. keys and navi wheel: 1. The navi button is very poor. Often times it doesn't work. 2. The response to the key press is very slow.(symbian OS) camera: 3. The camera quality is very good. Both photos and video come out well! 4. The phone freezes often. GPS: 5. One good thing is you can use nokia map loader software to load maps and stay offline and use GPS. 6. But if you buy this phone for GPS you got to reconsider.
Summary: This phone has all the bells and whistles anyone would want in their hands however the operating system seems to have glitches and there are no US software updates on the website. I had to return it just because of that factor. Hopefully Nokia will release a new software update and fix the glitches and stop the freezing of the phone or else I think they are expecting a lot of returns on their products.
Summary: The N78-3 is the USA/North American (sometimes called the "NAM") version of the N78, the newest of Nokia's flagship N-Series phones. I got the N78 a few days after it came out. I was moving up from a Nokia 6120 Classic. Compared to the 6120 the N78 adds alot of features, most important to me were: Bigger screen, GPS, WiFi, and a 3.2 MP camera. While it succeeds on several points, on about 50% of the features the N78 falls down due to nagging bugs.