Nokia E73 Mode

Nous avons collecté et analysé 15 avis d'experts et 29 avis d'utilisateurs provenant de sources internationales. Les experts ont noté ce produit 73/100 et les utilisateurs ont noté ce produit 74/100. La moyenne des avis date du 07 Oct. 2011. Nous avons comparé ces avis à 2674078 autres avis de la categorie Téléphones Portables. L'alaScore™ de ce produit est 84/100 = Très bien. La dernière mise à jour date du 11 Dec. 2018.

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Avis d'expert par : Chris Ziegler (engadget.com)

Nokia E73 Mode review

 

Some two years after its release, there are still plenty of people who'll swear up and down that the E71 is the finest phone Nokia has ever produced -- and for good reason. As a platform, S60 was the product of a simpler time when the smartphone market...

Gorgeous hardware ; Free turn-by-turn navigation ; Good value

Outdated UI ; Bad browser performance ; Optical pad not great

Juin 2010

Avis d'expert par : Mark Sullivan (pcworld.com)

Nokia E73 Mode Cell Phone - T-Mobile Phone Review - PCWorld

 

The BlackBerry Bold almost lives up to its name with a stunning design, but its mediocre call quality and camera hold it back

Juil. 2010

Avis d'expert par : Christopher Null (wired.com)

Review: Nokia E73 Mode

 

It's been almost two years since we called the E71 an iPhone killer. The successor to that hype, the E73, doesn't get that title.

Exceptionally portable, with outstanding build quality. Unparalleled battery life. Quite the bargain. Easily one of the best Symbian handsets on the market

Symbian OS is getting increasingly dated compared to its rivals, especially in ease of navigation. Touchpad design is poor. Crummy screen resolution

Juin 2010

Avis d'expert par : Sascha Segan (pcmag.com)

Nokia E73 Mode (T-Mobile)

 

The affordable, great-looking Nokia E73 is perfect for messaging, though it's short on major-label apps.

Beautiful design. Great for messaging. Wi-Fi calling. Free GPS nav software.

Small, low-res screen. So-so camera. Not enough apps.

Multimedia and Conclusions The E73 is a very good music player, and not quite as good a video player. The 218MB of free memory can be enhanced with a MicroSD card slipped into a side slot; a 4GB card came with our unit, but a Kingston 16GB card also...

Juin 2010

Avis d'expert par : Bonnie Cha (cnet.com)

Nokia E73 Mode (T-Mobile) review: Nokia E73 Mode (T-Mobile)

 

Nokia and T-Mobile are proving to be quite a pair when it comes to delivering smartphones at an affordable price. First, there was the Nokia Nuron and now there's the Nokia E73 Mode. The E73 Mode is a QWERTY messaging smartphone that will be available...

The Nokia E73 Mode features a sleek, sexy design and an excellent QWERTY keyboard. It offers great messaging capabilities and the full range of wireless options. Ovi Maps provides free turn-by-turn navigation.

User interface is a bit clunky. Smartphone can be sluggish, and onboard memory was an issue. The E73 has a lower-resolution display than others.

The Nokia E73 Mode is an outstanding value, offering T-Mobile customers a sleek and feature-packed messaging smartphone for a very affordable price.

Juin 2010

Avis d'expert par : PhoneArena Team (phonearena.com)

Nokia E73 Mode Review

 

T-Mobile is quickly becoming the carrier of choice if you're looking for some decent smartphones from the world's largest cell phone maker. Although we've recently witnessed Nokia's latest endeavor with the Nokia Nuron 5230, for most people, it...

Juin 2010

Avis d'expert par : S. R. Obbayi (brighthub.com)

Nokia E73 Mode Review

 

This review of the Nokia E73 mode takes a look at the design and general look and feel of this full QWERTY Nokia E-series business phone and highlights what the Nokia E73 mode's physical hardware design has to offer.

All-in-all the Nokia E73 Mode is a great phone for the business oriented user. There is not much that can be said against the Nokia E73 Mode. It surpasses its cousin, the Nokia E71, and with the upgrade to the operating system it keeps up with the...

Août 2010

Avis d'expert par : Brighthand (brighthand.com)

Nokia E73 Mode Review

 

The Nokia E73 Mode is a thin and highly equipped QWERTY smartphone available from T-Mobile. Antoine Wright brings us a review of this messaging-oriented device with a low price: just[...

Long battery Life, Overall system speed, Browser, browsing performance

Overwhelming grid of built-in apps, Learning curve to the placement of some keys on the thumboard, Dated look and feel to the software

Juil. 2010

Avis d'expert par : Aaron Baker (phonedog.com)

Nokia E73 Mode Review by Aaron

 

What's Good: Build quality is fantastic for a mid-range smartphone; front-facing camera (though video calling isn't supported); excellent reception and battery life. What's Bad: Symbian is long in the tooth and isn't as media-centric as its competitors.

Build quality is fantastic for a mid-range smartphone; front-facing camera (though video calling isn't supported); excellent reception and battery life. What's Bad: Symbian is long in the tooth and isn't as media-centric as its competitors ;...

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When compared to the recently launched Samsung Vibrant or other competitors like the HTC EVO 4G, iPhone 4, or Motorola DROID X, the E73 can't compete. But it doesn't have to. In reality, the device (and its $69.99 price tag) is targeted at the low-end,...

Juil. 2010

Avis d'expert par : Gary Krakow (knowyourcell.com)

Nokia E73 Mode review

 

We review the Nokia E73 Mode, T-Mobile's version of the popular Nokia E72 smartphone

Thin, light, capable and inexpensive -- a quadruple threat ; Free GPS navigation for life is great ; Big, beefy battery

Needs to play nicer with popular services ; Display is a bit small for some functions

The Nokia E73 Mode is a great addition for T-Mobile, and should fair well with the business crowd -- if T-Mobile markets it well. It's easily one of the best QWERTY-equipped smartphones in the T-Mobile lineup and at $70, it's a steal.

Juin 2010
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