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Nokia E73

Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by tmobileman, Jun 9, 2010.

  1. tmobileman

    tmobileman Iphone Hater
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    Does anybody have this device or a similar model, Tmobile is coming out with this in a couple weeks, and it looks real slick. The training I took on this phone today make it out to be a really nice device. I currently use an android device and am wondering if peeps with experience with the Symbian OS and Android could give me an honest review of both compared to each other?
     
  2. M in LA

    M in LA Mobile 28 Years Plus
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    As nice as the E73 is, it's so behind the times. I like the Symbian OS. On many Nokia's I've used, it's had a lot of great features.

    I'm not quite sure why T-Mobile is carrying this since it's off the same line as earlier E60 and E70 series smartphones.

    I'm sure this is a great device, but compared to the new Android phones, the E73 doesn't hold a candle to them.

    I wish T-Mobile would get one of Nokia's higher end smartphones like the N8 or the X6. The N8 carries T-Mobile's 3G frequency, so I hope this means they'll get it eventually. The X6 would work only with AT&T's 3G (under its current iteration). These phone blow the E73 out of the water.

    I love Nokia phones and I wish they would come out and compete with Apple and Android. They've got the ability, but they don't seem to be doing it.
     
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