Nokia E73 Specifications and details
FINALLY Nokia announced the Nokia E73, the latest business handset has a unique design and cool. Phone with QWERTY model with cast silver metal casing adds elegance value of this smartphone.
It is planned that this handset will be the first time in release in June 2010 for the European market. As for Indonesia is still no confirmation must speck of Nokia.

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 was dominated not by touchscreens, but by numeric keypads, and the E71 was arguably the last of a string of bona fide successes that Nokia enjoyed in the platform’s heyday alongside pioneering handsets like the N82 and N95. Thing is, the E71 was different than those other models in a very important way: it was elegant.

The E73 clocks in at just over 10 millimeters thick, but for some reason, it feels even thinner; that’s probably a result of some creative curves along either side of the back, a trick similar to the E71’s. The battery cover is a solid piece of metal that looks and feels great, though it has a tendency to smudge and oil up very, very easily, so you’ll want to keep a lint-free cloth (or, you know, a shirt sleeve) handy for when you’re trying to keep appearances.
The E73 also shares what might be its single most important trait with the E71: rock-solid construction.

Specification :

  • Camera: 5 MP, 2592 x 1944 pixels, autofocus, LED flash,video
  • video call camera : VGA
  • Screen: TFT, 16M colors, 320 x 240 pixels, 2.36 inches, - QWERTY keyboard, Five-way scroll key, Accelerometer sensor for auto rotate and tap-for-time, Optical trackpad
  • OS: Symbian OS 9.3, Series 60 v3.2 UI
  • Network: 2G GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900, 3G HSDPA 900 / 1700 / 2100
  • Model: QWERTY Phone
  • Connection: GPRS Class 32, EDGE Class 32, HSDPA; HSUPA, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP, microUSB v2.0
  • Browser: WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML, JAVA MIDP 2.0
  • Color Options: Various
  • Application: SMS, MMS, Email, Push Email, IM, Games
  • Battery: Li-Po
  • Memory: ekaternal microSD, up to 16GB

More Features:
- MP4/H.263 video player
- Organizer
- T9
- Stereo FM radio with RDS,
- Flash Lite v3.0
- Push to talk
- A-GPS support
- Voice command/dial
- MP3/WMA/WAV/eAAC+ player
- Document editor (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF)

If there was a complaint to be levied against the E71’s design, it’d have to be the keyboard; the rows were straight across rather than being curved upwards like most well-regarded portrait QWERTY handsets (BlackBerrys, for instance), and the keys — while well-contoured — didn’t have quite enough “click” to them. The E73 adds a hint of curve, but the key design and feel remain the same. We’re not huge on portrait QWERTY keyboards in general, admittedly — but whereas we’d be able to get proficient on a BlackBerry Bold within a minute of picking it up, we never stopped regularly making typos on the E73. It wasn’t disastrous enough to break the deal, but we do think Nokia could’ve made some minor changes here that would’ve helped immensely.


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