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Reviewed by jorge orosco from uruguay on 28th
Reviewed by Budi Suryadinata from Indonesia on
21st Jun 2009
Got mine 2nd hand, handset & charger only. Condition is cosmetically
quite bad, got rubbed off keypad, slightly cracked case near the screw.
But overall I'm quite happy with it. Wish they had implement some additional
basic & indispensable features like FM Radio and LED Light. Oh well,
guess one can't get anything with limited budget, right? But for functionality
it's quite useful, especially in "Internet Everything" today. Wifi is
good, 3G somewhat acceptable for a GSM service, Camera is just so-so.
Screen is superb, think it's the best one for under the direct sunlight
visibility. Almost like an outdoor phone. Put a 2GB MiniSD card in it
(around US$6), and I have so much space than I ever needed now. My most
useful function of this phone (other than basic GSM service) is as a
downloader using free WLAN service available here and there, camcorder
(record a very nice video quality), alternative internet device, google
maps, video player, etc..etc..etc.. (quite a lot, now I realize). One
useful device for a limited budget kind of technoid (izzit me?)
Reviewed by Nelson Nigel from united states on
21st May 2009
This is THE BEST PHONE EVER! I have had this phone for like 3 years
now and I still have yet to learn about better cell phones except other
Nokias. Nokias ROCK!!! The phone has more features than I could ever
use, the phone has dropped like fifteen thousand times and still works
PERFECT. It is way old for a phone but who cares, it still outshines
any phone in the american market. For ex, i take 6 pictures with a 2.0
MP camera at one time, i can take 1 hour of video, I print wirelessly,
etcetc, 3 years old, haahaha, fuggettabout it. IT IS TRULY AN OUTSTANDING
CELL PHONE. i give it fifty stars.
Reviewed by Sharad from India on 7th Sep 2008
E60 is better
Reviewed by Obaid from saudi arabia on 8th Jul
I have nokia e70 myself and its a very cool phone there is wifi from
which i could use internet a cool internet mobile its a whole pc in
ur hand the only thing i didn't like the most that is there is no camera
flash. its a great mobile there is wifi, bluetooth and infrared we can
even connect to a modemand use internet. yeah and it also have a conection
to black berry. i love the keyboardit is having when the first time
i saw it seemed to me like a junk or not so nice mobile coz the mobile
before this many mobiles in the same shape like 6820 and 6810 came were
no use of that mobiles coz there was no camera or bluetooth but when
i read e70's features i think that i was totally wrong about it.
Reviewed by james from South Africa on 15th Feb
This is the perfect phone for me. At first it was a little slow, but
after updating the firmware it has been working much better. I would
highly recomend it, because it has all the functions of a normal phone
plus so much more (Eg. opening and editing office documents)
Reviewed by Rich from UK on 29th Dec 2007
There's no point in writing bad reviews base don this phones slowness.
Agreed, it is slow....until you upgrade to v3 firmware. This is waht
should have been on this outstanding device from day one. The bad previous
firmware has damaged this phone's reputation as its the best thing I've
had in a very long time. I've dumped my BlackBerry and now use this
phone with Mail for Exchange instead and its better (and cheaper!).
One recommendation, get the Pearl Black theme as its easier on the eye
(and Psiloc Magnifier set at 125%). Well done Nokia on finally making
this phone be what its great at being.
Reviewed by John from UK on 29th Nov 2007
Quite honestly this is one of the worst devices that I've ever had the
misfortune to use. The phone is ghastly beyond belief. It feels cheap
and tacky in the hand, it's difficult to use, and the battery life is
less than a day if one is doing anything more than just using it as
a phone. I had been using an HTC before buying this piece of junk. Configuring
the HTC takes 10 minutes, and it's up and running, I am still geeking
about with this thing some eight hours after taking delivery and it
still won't work properly. I used to be a strong Nokia fan, but after
this and all the Marketing snake-speak, they deserve to go bankrupt,
which they will unless they adopt the windows platform. I mean who wants
to geek about for hours just to get a few limited functions up and running.
I intend to take this disaster outside and ceremoniously smash the thing.
I can't stand shiny garbage that doesn't fufil its hyped promise.
Reviewed by Dave from Malaysia on 2nd Oct 2007
I've had this phone for over a year now, and although it has a number
of imperfections (not enough application memory, reboots - occasionally,
slightly oversized, bad loudspeaker compared to sony-ericcson), they
are more than made up for by the functionality. Full qwerty keyboard
has spoilt me - i no longer need to t9. The wifi is great for browsing
web / email on the fly without the need for a pc or laptop. All in all
there's no phone on the market that i prefer, even after all this time.
Nokia, pleeze release a smaller faster version with more mem :o)
Reviewed by bevan from ireland on 9th Aug 2007
After 3 months use, and getting over the novelty factor, time to contribute
with a review. Hardware: It's a superb phone, no doubt about it. amazing
screen resolution (better than my brother's E61 'PDA' phone) and very
crisp. nice numeric keypad, excellent unfolding qwerty keyboard, the
highlight of this phone is even better than I had expected, very usable
for such a small device, and doesn't make you look like a wannabe executive
or a geeky gadget lover each time you answer a call. Good set of internal
features too, which you probably know already if you're reading this.
Downsides: the silver paint wears off the trackpoint thing very fast.
mine was reduced to the white underlying plastic after just 6 weeks.
And no hardware volume control for phone calls. Software: On paper the
software suites looks great. And it does have some very good application:
Top grade browser, true smartphone OS (a wizz to download and install
3rd party software - I strongly recommend truphone for Voip calls over
wifi). Correct music player, and messaging. And my phone is actually
very fast - none of the slow display problems other early users have
been complaining about. But the office suite is a poor show. Creating
documents and presentations is soooo painful it might as well not support
them. Forget even simple diagrams in presentation, basic additions of
cells in the spreadheet, basic copy+paste in the document editor. Each
time I've tried any office app, I've ended up pretty close to throwing
the damn thing against the wall in frustration. There is hope though:
because it is a smartphone, it's possible someone might come up with
a very much improved commercial office suite for it. Reports you might
read about bugs are very true, most applications and OS features have
a lot of annoying little bugs. Last comment: when switching sim cards,
it forgets all my call history (in, out, and missed), which is VERY
inconvenient. Even my previous 'ordinary' phone would remember that.
Conclusion: Nokia have an almost perfect piece of harware with the E70.
They seem to have done some good progress with software upgrades in
the last 6 months, but there is still a long way to go for the software
to be up to the quality of the hardware. In fact it's not just Nokia.
Game developers could also adapt their products to make them usable
in querty mode. The setup (one hand on each side, screen in middle)
would make excellent gameplay if it was supported. So far all the games
I've bought that claim support for the E70 only work in normal phone
Reviewed by gluino from Singapore on 14th Jul
Have used it for a few months. Running firmware: 2.0618.07.10 which
is current for my particular sub-model (Singapore), even though other
regions have newer fw available. In general it is too slow, and bug-filled
UI. Just showing "Contacts" sometimes takes 2 seconds. Same with going
to compose new message. Opening the keyboard has a 2-5 second delay
in redrawing the screen, and also in switching between loudspeaker and
normal-speaker when in a call. Example bug: When creating a new contact,
if you quickly start typing in the name field before giving the UI like
2 seconds to catch its breath, you end up with "joHn" instead of the
desired "john" or "John" because the UI tries to auto-CAPS the first
letter of names... and it gets confused if you type fast. SLOW!! NOT
Reviewed by Paul from UK on 2nd Jun 2007
Good size, very neat looking phone with good functionality. Excellent
change from bulky smartphone with the QWERTY keyboard. Owned now for
6 months - Used to replace phone as soon as a new one comes out, but
this one really has stopped me in my tracks. Not looking for new handset,
very happy with this one. Only one problem, it needs more internal RAM
to handle operating system - very slow to turn on, and display anything
when phone is switched from normal handset use to opening it up for
full keyboard. I will put up with it though !! Its excellent.
Reviewed by Warren from UK on 26th Apr 2007
Re: My previous review (17th Apr). My E70 is now back, with a letter
telling me that the software's been upgraded. However, typing *#0000#
reveals that it still has the same old software - 1.0610.05.07, 30-05-06,
RM-10. And five minutes spent using the phone shows, not surprisingly,
that it also has the same old faults. It's so infuriating! Customer
services have now told me that I should take it to one of their stores
where it will be upgraded whilst I wait. Watch this space...
Reviewed by Warren from UK on 17th Apr 2007
I chose this phone for its business potential and QWERTY keyboard. Frustratingly,
it does everything very slowly. It's often three or more keypresses
behind me and the phone takes . . . an . . . age . . . to . . . react
. . . to . . . the . . . flip! There's a firmware upgrade, which, as
a Vodafone customer, I cannot download. Customer services have told
me that they'll fix it, if I can send it back for 7 days. Luckily, I
still have my trusty Nokia 6021 in a drawer, so I can live without the
E70 for a week. This has the potential to be a truly great phone, but
it's currently let down by the version 1 firmware. If I do get it back
with v2 (or higher) and the speed and memory issues are resolved, I'll
be posting a glowing, 5-star review.
Reviewed by Kusean from Trinidad on 9th Apr 2007
The phone is great its a bit slow o-but overall is stands out when i
was trying to upgrade the firmware in was not connecting to the pc
Reviewed by Sharad Deshmukh from India on 2nd
I am using E70 since last 5 months.It has very very slow processor.
Sometimes it does not record the caller's number in received calls list.
Though the caller's phone number is stored in E70 the name of caller
is not displayed everytime the caller calls.It's voice recording stops
at about one minute and there is no indication when the recording stops.
If the keyboard is poened the phone gets unlocked automatically but
not vice versa.In standby mode the date and time can not be seen only
with eyes. It has nice 2Megapixle camera. the qwerty key board is fantastic
for notes. The caller name saying is really good.
Reviewed by Chrisww from UK on 22nd Mar 2007
I've had this phone since July2006 - bought from Vodafone UK. On paper,
this was a great phone when it was released. In reality, it has been
plagued by initial poor firmware, and slow release of new firmware I
still can't update the firmware from v1.xxx to v2.xxx or v3.xxx via
Nokia's update site because apparently Vodafone havn't authorised its
realease for my phone code. I will have to go begging to a Nokia service
centre to see if they are willing to put generic firware on it. Anyway,
here are some pros and cons PROS: high resolution great quality screen
(if you've got good eyes); wifi; ok camera; works well with 1gb ultra
Sandisk card; a couple of good apps available such as Opera mobile,
WorldMate, MobiReader, OggPlay; with a bit of editing, can play good
resolution/quality video clips CONS: very poor memory management with
v1.xxx firmware that affects internet browsing and swapping to landscape
mode; wifi connections can drop/time-out intermittantly; chrome plating
and buttons started to wear away after a couple of months of light use;
phone a bit big and heavy Overall a reasonable phone - it could have
been excellent, if Nokia and the operators had released updated firmware
more promptly. It has put me off Nokia a bit - lets hope the latest
models are fully supported by regular updates. The Nokia E90 looks good
as does the E-Ten X800 with HSDPA, GPS and VGA screen!
Reviewed by sugadev from UK on 20th Mar 2007
Its a all rounder business phone with awesome features. I just cannot
explain how good this phone is to me. Few other opinions stated here
show how illiterate they are. Its the best phone for intellects; others
pls go for 3310 and don't ever dare to have a business phone like E70
Reviewed by Francis Reegan from India on 16th
I bought the mobile from Baharin.There are various features like email,office
applications.The 2MP Camera is good .but battery life is very low.We
cant download themes for nokiaq e70
Reviewed by Roger from South Africa on 14th Mar
I bought this phone as an obvious upgrade to my 6822, which is super-practical
but has (a) p1ss-all memory (b) lousy camera (c) no 3G (d) no email.
This phone does pretty much all I want it to do -- foldout keyboard
is great for on-the-go email and note taking, screen is big enough to
browse web when desperate and away from PC, 3G lets me connect when
travelling, native pop3 email support very handy. Criticisms: it's _really_
big, a LOT bigger than the 6822 (although having a decent size screen
is good). Battery life a bit low (have to recharge every 3 days or so,
and I make very few calls, wifi/BT turned off). Symbian is an appalling
design UI, it's really nasty (but workable when you get used to it).
Really lousy bundled apps - picture viewer, music player etc are barely
functional Likes: 2mp camera is fine, being able to put in 2gig mem
is cool, WiFi support is great (except it needs more flexibility, I
run my Internet connection over Wifi VPN, which this phone wont let
me do easily). This is by far the best alternative IMHO to the 9000
uber-bricks if you want some office functionality, but not a "micro-laptop".
Reviewed by Fredrik from Sweden on 12th Mar 2007
VOIP is great, the browser and mail is perfect for me. I love it. I
would really recommend this to anyone, any time.
Reviewed by tob from bishops stortford on 10th
the phones great.
Reviewed by Ben from England on 4th Mar 2007
Hmm... Where do i start.. EVERYTHING on this phone went wrong. It died
on me after a week! How rude, It could have told me! Meh i have an N72
Reviewed by Oakey from England on 27th Feb 2007
THis phone is good feature wise. IT will do everything you want it to.
its only down fall is a slight glitch when you lock it all the writing
for the options dissapears but that can be sorted by pressing the star
key. ALso the size of the phone in pictures is quite decieving it is
alot bigger than you think it will be. if this phone had the same features
and was the same size as the 6230 it would be the ultimate phone.
Reviewed by jignesh from usa on 27th Feb 2007
its not good
Reviewed by Ganesh from INDIA on 22nd Feb 2007
Waste of money and time.
Reviewed by Rob from UK on 9th Feb 2007
Well, it's got great features like SIP/Voip, but is let down by crashing
with no outgoing reason, either during a call, just as it's about to
get a call, etc... Sometimes it locks up requiring battery off/on to
reset it. Sometimes it reboots on it's own. Nice toy. That's about it.
A toy. Now where's my old 2110 - that used to work...
Reviewed by Ted Phill from London, UK on 17th
Had phone about a month, feels as if the casing will break, it twists
and creaks. So far only problem is it answers a call before/as you take
it out of case so as you press green button to answer, it puts caller
on hold and you think there is no-one there. It's a pain and for the
cost, well it ain't worth it. It seems that mass production of an item
is bad for the consumer. This will definatly be my last Nokia phone.
Reviewed by meagan from scotland on 16th Jan 2007
awsome phone 5/5 !!!
Reviewed by Shehim from UAE on 14th Jan 2007
Yah, Good features!!. But it runs out of memory on use of Wifi or even
zooming!!!!!!!!!! How pathetic. Those days are gone by M/s Nokia!!!!!!!!!!
Time to think about alternatives to Nokia. May apple will satisfy!!!!1
Reviewed by george from uk on 8th Jan 2007
rubbish phone i had 1 4 1 week its camer brok then it wuld not tren
on i chard ir 4 agers but it still did not work then i got n93 mutch
Reviewed by oiltec from uk on 22nd Dec 2006
good all round mobile, does more than i realy need,but best to have
to much. not happy with the size and the opening part of the keybord
is to flimsey so am changing to the e 60
Reviewed by johnson from uk on 12th Dec 2006
this phone is great its much better than the privies 6820 and 6822 also
it has a 2mp camera (like before it was 0.3mp a poor camera) and the
display too. this phone is just as good as n70 but no were as good as
n73 n80 and k800i the 3MP phones
Reviewed by saha from france on 11th Dec 2006
fantastic!!! one word simply fantastic i dont have 2 say any more about
the phone just go out there and buy one !!! NOW !!!
Reviewed by Richard Fell from UK on 4th Dec 2006
Note to the blind: the top of the 'submit a review' page says: "Love
your mobile? Hate it? Please share your experiences to help opther people.
. ." But what happens? These reviews are full of half-assed illiterate
postings by morons who don't own the phone they're "reviewing" and who
condescend to tell the rest of us that such-and-such is "brilliant,
man!" because they've half understood the tech spec. "Get this phone
now!" they scream. . . and then sit back wondering if they'll ever be
able to afford a replacement for their 3310. Pathetic. Anyway. This
is my account of my experience with an E70. 1. It's a great concept.
2. It's badly executed. 3. The hardware lacks precision and no amount
of "learning curve" brings the reassurance of consistent, accurate performance.
4. I had the E70 for almost a week and lost count of the number of times
it didn't do what I wanted it to because of an input mechanism that's
as wayward as a small boat in a Force 10 gale. 5. So it was returned
to the supplier. If you want tech specs, have a read elsewhere of all
the posts from all the people who don't own the E70 but would wish you
to believe they're experts that know what they're talking about. Yeah.
Reviewed by Jemma Hawtrey from UK on 25th Nov
I've owned - in order - Ericsson R380, Nokia 9210, Sony Ericsson P800,
Nokia 9300 and finally the E70-1. Dont ask me what the '-1' means -
I assume that it refers to the colour version (mine being the silver
model). Of all the phones I have had so far its probably the best of
the lot. Its pretty much got all the functionality of the 9300 PLUS
it has a decent camera. The lack of camera is what kills the 9300 stone
dead as anything other than a business phone - it wouldnt have killed
Nokia to have put a decent camera in the 9300i - but I digress... The
phone is well built and is a lot less intrusive in a pocket than the
9300. Its keyboard is a little trickier to use mainly because of the
'natural keyboard'-esque split which houses the screen and selection
joystick & ok/cancel controls. I had gone into the shop with the intention
of getting one of the D900 samsung handsets. I am very very glad that
I didnt because this E70 is amazing. This illustrates one important
consideration when going into a retail shop to purchase a new handset.
Do your research first because there will most likely be a handset that
will match you perfectly but dont expect the salesperson to even know
that it exists.. not through any fault of their own, but the number
of handsets available. Put simply if you want a handset that can handle
web, email, wifi - has a qwerty keyboard - with the plus of a very reasonable
camera and built in video recording & MP3/MP4/AAC playback there is
not another phone on the market that even comes close. Nokia have done
their job with this handset brilliantly - their only mistake - no-one
actually really knows it exists!
Reviewed by Easilyled from UK on 21st Nov 2006
I had the phone on trial from my service provider, fortunately. I managed
to use it for a day before becoming totally frustrated with it. The
first problem is the 5-way selection key. Great in theory but rubbish
in practice. Unles you press it EXACTLY straight down, it tends to slide
off up, down, left or right before registering the select, thus you
get whatever option is above, below or alongside the one you actually
want. It needs a separate button in the middle and certainly the one
I had was virtually unusable. I hope Nokia take note. A simple 2nd key
somewhere programmed as "select would help then you could use the (tiny)
joystick, I needed to use my fingernails to move it, 4 ways only and
dont bother with the "perpendicular press". In 2 years use with PC and
laptop, my wireless router has never missed a beat over wifi. At first
I could only get the E70 to connect with no security on the wifi at
all. Gradually I turned security on, 1st access control (only approved
MAC addresses) then encryption. The E70 would not work with non-broadcasting
wifi name. The router had to be set to broadcast its id. Well I got
it to work eventually but 24 hours later, no joy again. As a phone its
a flawed concept, too big for a phone, to small for a PDA and how do
you keep the screen scratch-free so you can see the admittedly amazingly
clear small font? Nice idea. Not for me though.
Reviewed by NJSS from UK on 13th Nov 2006
A great 'phone in principal, but not yet fully debugged. Mine was very
slow, and communications by cable or Bluetooth to PCs were patchy. A
firmware upgrade was recommended and carried out by the local club Nokia
depot. This improved the speed somewhat but spoilt the keyboard mapping
- hitting the + key have an @ sign etc. After four firmware upgrades
in a couple of weeks - all done by the Club Nokia shop the 'phone won't
communicate at all. It has been returned and I have gone back to my
excellent Nokia 6810. My recommendation is to avoid 'phones with the
Symbian O/S and stick with those with Nokia's own O/S.
Reviewed by kevin from england on 23rd Oct 2006
this fone is amazing it can e-mail and even send stuff by bluetooth
Reviewed by honshud from korea on 2nd Oct 2006
this phone is a junk phone DID NOT LIKE IT U COULD BETTER NEXT TIME
Reviewed by Dave from UK on 29th Aug 2006
Nice phone just sent to market too early. I have had an E70 for about
3 months, as an eval blackberry replacement. We liked the keyboard and
the screen but at launch it had no Blackckberry client. Now there is
a client but it needs a software update, no software updater yet for
this phone. So for the last month I have used it as a phone....not as
a replacement for my blackberry, how retro is that. You can't connect
it to your PC via the out of the box cable and charge the phone. You
need another cable for that. It plays mono out of the box, want stereo
then there is another cable for that. Want a car kit that doesn't use
bluepoop, well its not out yet. This will be a great phone for business
when Nokia finally get all the bits we need in the box on day one. At
that time we will by lots of them. Until then we will be deploying blackberries.
Reviewed by W2C from UK on 11th Aug 2006
I have had the E70 for a week now. Initially the keyboard takes some
getting used to but once you've used it for a while it quickly becomes
comfortable (I'm writing this review from the phone). Initially I found
the phone very frustrating because it kept running out memory especially
when using the web browser. I had it flashed to the latest firmware
by a friend and it no longer does this anymore. It also used to take
a lot of time & memory to switch screen orientations. This is much faster
now (although still a bit slow). Anyway now it is a pretty good phone
plus email plus browser machine. wifi works very well. it is much snappier
than my 9300. the screen is very nice and the fonts and pictures are
very clear with the onboard camera (atleast for taking pics of whiteboards)
BUT it is much smaller than the 9300 internal screen. Best function
is the voice control that lets you turn on bluetooth or change profile
after long pressing the voice key - use ful in the car. Biggest disappointment
is that the Blackberry software doesn't work with the new firmware but
that should be temporary. But I'm taking a star off because I need that
functionality & my company does not support other push solutions. Overall
a keeper if you get the new firmware.
Reviewed by André from Switzerland on 7th Aug
The Nokia E70 is one of the best "technically performant" mobile phones
on the market today. It currently has one the finest screens, sporting
352x416 pixels (totalling 146'432 pixels). This allows it to show more
information than other handsets, which usually have around 40'000 pixels,
maybe 80'000 for the better ones. Another strong selling point for this
phone is its ability to connect to WiFi. Data connection costs can be
very expensive; for example, by simply loading the CNN web page on the
phone browser, one could be billed as high as $1. Thanks to WiFi, the
the phone user can take advantage of wireless hotspots and surf online
for free. Furthermore Wifi is much faster than the connection from the
service provider. One might be disappinted by the absence of built-in
FM radio, however an add-on accessory, the HS-2R Nokia headset, could
be used to provide such functionality. The built-in camera has also
received some criticism: it has no auto focus, which means that a photography
of something close, like a page of text, might be too blurry.There is
an application being developed (Mobile Scan) to address this issue,
allowing using the camera as a scanner. Also criticized is the lack
of a frontal camera (the camera on its back can be used for video calls,
but that would be a little cumbersome, requiring tricks like pointing
at a mirror for the callee to be able to see the caller), and somewhat
bulky and "inelegant" looks under certain angles. The phone is available
in two colors, silver and black. It should be overtaken, in terms of
capacities by the soon-to-come Sony-Ericsson P990i.
Reviewed by the gimp from england on 31st Jul
best fone ever must buy!!!!!!
Reviewed by Sree Kumar from firstname.lastname@example.org on
23rd Jul 2006
I have a small review of the fantastic browser on the Nokia E70 at www.missaticum.net/mobileblog/.
Reviewed by nerd from Iceland on 21st Jun 2006
This is pretty much a phone for a business person looking for something
like a Blackberry 87xx but in a smaller package, a super compact communicator.
I traded in a iPAQ PDA phone running Windows Mobile for this one and
so far the E70 can do anything my PDA phone could and more. I particularly
liked the E70s impressive connectivity features, the fold out QWERTY
keyboard with which you can type obscure Scandinavian, German, French
etc... letters without having to jump through flaming hoops, the display
which makes up for it's small size with a resolution of 352x416 pixels
(which is actually a greater resolution than my old iPAQ had) and the
fact that Nokia managed to cram all this into a package that isn't much
bigger than an Ericsson T610 I used to own. The E70 impressed me by
having broad support for all the things a business person most needs
and dispensing with alot of bells and whistles. The E70 has broad support
for Email (supports: POP3, IMAP4 and SMTP plus it will sync with Microsoft
Outlook and Lotus Notes and it is Blackberry enabled), chat clients
are available, it has a (very) basic word processor and spreadsheet
editor, a PDF reader and the web browser is actually quite usable!!
Features I haven't tested yet include: what appears to be quite good
VPN support which is essential for accessing corporate networks and
a WLAN interface. From my point of view as a business user it's biggest
shortcoming is actually the camera which sometimes results in it being
confiscated by security personnel.
Reviewed by hannah chorley from england on 20th
i bought this phone for its nice looks and practicality, but when i
got it home i was very dissapointed, the whole set up was the biggest
pile of ********* i have ever seen, then the **** store would not return
it or give me a refund so i was stuck with this phone and ended up buying
another one a month later do not buy this phone
Reviewed by zamra from united kingdom on 6th Mar
this has enough memory to last a life time unlike the n91 it does not
have a 4gb hardrive but style makes up for the specs with a 2mp camera.
I highly recomend this phone becouse i've had mine for amonth and it
is a superb phonewith a qwerty key boured