Review: Nokia E73 Mode
Nokia churns out another E series QWERTY phone. This follow up to the E71 and E72 makes some notable improvements in the hardware, but the S60 software inside doesn't quite hold up its end of the bargain.
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For die-hard S60 fans, there are few choices from U.S. carriers. The Nokia E73 Mode offers S60 in an appealing refresh of the E71/72 hardware. It's an elegant messaging device with hardware that works as well as it looks and feels. It's a pity, however, that S60's age is showing. While the software is powerful and lets users do pretty much anything, its bogged down user interface is beyond old and frustrating to use. Still, the E73 has plenty of merits worth discussing.
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Nokia Launches E73 with T-Mobile
Today Nokia and T-Mobile announced the E73 Mode, the newest in Nokia's family of monoblock-style QWERTY phones. The E73 Mode is a follow-up device to the E72 and carries forward the same basic form factor.
Nokia E72 Now Available In the U.S. for $470
Nokia's QWERTY-equipped messaging phone, the E72, is now available through NokiaUSA.com, Best Buy and other several other retailers in the U.S. It costs $470.
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the only thing I don't like is the twitter apps, they're not bad but I'm used to the amazing blackberry/android apps
Very nice review...