First, and likely last, professional phone
I have had a Motorola Razr V3xx for the last two years and loved every minute of it. Sure, I got the first one wet and it died instantly, but warranty services replaced it and I was ready to go again. I had dropped it numerous times and all I did was put the battery back in and put the cover on and it was still alive. Nevertheless, I brought my phone from the US to Guam and had it unlocked and bought a local plan, yet I cannot use the internet or instant messenger. Therefore, I decided it was time for a new phone. After a lot of research on all the various phones that GuamCell offers, and reading all the glowing reviews, I decided to try the Nokia E66.
I have never had a slider phone before, all of mine have been flip, but I thought I'd give it a try. I've had this phone for one day and I am ready to take it back. So far all I have done is transfer data from my old phone to this new one, including music and pictures and phone contacts. Then, I downloaded a multimedia messenger. However, now the entire front button frame is pulling up from the slider. For me, that does not constitute a sturdy, high quality phone, especially given the high price tag.
Pros: Good call quality, good signal strength/reception, customizable
Cons: Not very user friendly, not very durable
Stylish and powerfull !
After a lot research and hand-on testing at store I decided to replace my old Nokia E61 with the awesome Nokia E66.
As all the E-Series, it has a metal enclosure (no cheap plastic) and a super built quality. The sliding mechanism feels sturdy and yet is so smooth to operate.
Corporate push email (via Mail for Exchange) simply works, syncing up my contacts and calendar (which has been greatly improved).
The camera is good enough for my needs. For real photography I prefer my Canon G9.
Performance of the E66 is incredible! Has enough RAM (128MB) to have multiple applications running in parallel without any slow downs. And I haven't tried but it could support 16GB SDHC cards (comes with 2GB).
GPS via Nokia Map is really useful.
It is without a doubt, the best phone I ever had!
CONS:signal strenght is not good as i expected. phone looks nice and professional , but that"s it.
i'm using t-mobile service . since t-mobile is not 3g service yet. you can tell the difference .
PROS: i also tested ATT: 3g service and the difference is from earth to the stars" wi-fi connection is very good. NICE RING TONES AND VIDEO RINGTONES PRE-INSTALLED.