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Published on Jun 29, 2010
Back in June I received a Nokia E73 from the friendly people at T-Mobile -- basically a variation on the excellent Nokia E72. I used it briefly but got interrupted by the arrival of other things. More after the break...
The E73 features different 3G bands (2100/1700/900 MHz) than the E72 (2100/1900/850 MHz) for AWS support. It adds WiFi calling (UMA) but looses the Nokia power connector (USB charging only). There are also some cosmetic changes with the buttons around the D-pad.
Fortunately, most of the E72 goodness (and quirkiness) remains, including the nice camera!
Pros: - Premium look and feel - Decent QWERTY keyboard - Nice 5 megapixel camera (with auto-focus, LED flash, and VGA video recording) - 3G (T-Mobile compatible), WiFi, GPS, compass, and FM radio - Good battery life - Full Bluetooth support (including ObEx, DUN, and A2DP) - Standard 3.5 mm audio and micro-USB power/data connectors - USB 2.0 mass storage and micro-SD support - iSync support
Cons: - SIM locked - No touchscreen - No accelerometer - No camera geo-tagging or dedicated shutter button - So-so user interface - No gapless music playback