The latest full-QWERTY keyboard Eseries tunes into the needs of busy working people. The Nokia E72, fast, full of resources, sports a slim profile. Many of its biggest strengths are around
Value for Money
Ease of Use
17 May 2010
This phone is great for anyone who wants to be constantly updated on the web.
The great finish
Great device, I recommend!
08 May 2010
The E72 brings some upgrades to my notice so its quite a nice phone.
The great upgrades from the E71 model.
The Design of E71 to E72 did not change much.
Does the E72 prove that Nokia needs a giant kick in the ass?
22 Feb 2012
So, getting back to the E72. It’s a very good phone. If you have the E71 and have a free upgrade due, get it. But don’t break your back for it, because it’s not good enough.
Nokia: please give us E71 owners the E72 we are hoping for.
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Better camera (moving from 3.2 to 5 megapixels). But exactly the same screen. Yes, it has a faster processor (369MHz ARM11 bumped up to 600MHz) and more internal memory â€“ but the only time youâ€™ll notice this is when loading cumbersome websites.
But the software? Ugh. Buggy as hell. Thereâ€™s a whole bunch of bits written by one group (Ovi Mail) that doesnâ€™t talk to another group (deviceâ€™s built-in POP mail support), so both compete.
Ovi has no mechanism to upload a picture and then share it to Facebook.
The Nokia E72 disappoints
04 Sep 2012
By Jacques Stander
Freezes every couple of minutes, pathetic battery life (less than 18 hours), slow.