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Best for Average Users
Dec 18, 2009 02:18 PM 4328 Views
(Updated Feb 21, 2010 09:56 PM)

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Firstly I was attracted to this product mainly due to its features.....

a good 3.2 MP camera with dual LED flash mmm....... thats really comparable with the nokia n73’s Carl Zeiss lens.... and

the video I uploaded was from a moving bus at 40 kmph on a average indian road...its quite impressive... but the vid is a bit woobly like a jelly but its good.. so is the pic... at avg 50 kmph...

and the bluetooth is awsome... transfers at about 100-250 KBps wooooo with my laptop.. but with other bluetooth.. its just cool... coz it also depends on the RAM of the other device....

the speaker quality is good but it sucks when it comes to rock music.... but other wise its just awsome.... it

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supports various java files.. but just check out from where I get all kinds of softwares for my phone... but wait... it dosent support it all... just check the nokia spec...

And also n73 is a dual processor... whoopsie.. but it gives a awsome 2-3 days of average useage.. according to me a average usage is playing a java game with sound for 2 hours and talking for 2 hours and listening to music in speakers in full volume for 1 hour... and a daily alarm.... I recommend it only for people with average usage..... or average users... like students... and not any business people.... its steel battery cover is really classy but I couldn’t understand why nokia didn’t introduce any more new colors in it....and more over its solid in hand... the main fear for a average user is that the phone may be slippery.. ya it is due to its steel casing.... thats really smooth.. thats a backlog in this phone.. n

No grip but its a solid feel in hand despite its weight its good.... and also it dosent have 3g.... and compared to nokia XM 5130 its volume is lower and when you play any metal rock songs it sucks... cant make out whats the instrument thats playing... but in earphones.. it really rocks.. the heldphone that nokia gives sucks.. help yourself to a new philips or creative or sony heaphones....and its just awsome thats all I can say... oh ya it also has a ear for the tag at the bottom... this time nokia planned to keep everything in the bottom.... the charger and the usb cable.. oh and not to mention the usb cable.. its too short... I mean really short... super short but for average user its ok.... just ok... and other wise its a real cooooool phone I recommend it to students and normal users... and not for business executives.. it can also take a backup of your contacts(with their photos) in your memory card if you want one...

since I purchased it just a few days ago... I really cant say about its battery but its improving....

and the .jar is limited to just 1MB. ya you cannot install apps or games of size more than 1MB.... which is unlimited in nokia n73.... there the n73 gains a point... and




1)do NOT install any themes other than provided with the handset..... yea it may slowdown or any virus may attack it... got a virus attack in my phone due to a silly theme.. well thats all I can say about it for now.. i’ll update it as soon as I get a real deal with it...

2)DO NOT PLAY GAMES FOR A LONG TIME.... BOTH PRELOADED AND DOWNLOADED.... it reduces the battery life like hell!!! it used to give me 1 week now its giving me just 2 days.... sad

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