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Nokia E Series E73 Mode - Titanium (T-Mobile) Smartphone
About this product
- Product InformationThe Nokia E73 Mode in titanium blends beauty with power to yield a sleek smartphone with superior performance and incredible ergonomics. Its design features a high resolution 2.4-inch TFT color display, a full QWERTY keyboard, and navigation, volume, and 3 soft keys all conveniently crafted for ease of use. Running on the Symbian OS v9.3, this phone utilizes an ARM 11 600 MHz CPU for fast and glitch-free performance. Its 5.0-megapixel primary camera features auto-focus, a full screen viewfinder, self-timer, Red-Eye Reduction, auto exposure, and a flash system to deliver clear and crisp images and videos under all light conditions. The Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, Bluetooth v2.0, and USB v2.0 utilities allows for fast and reliable connectivity.
- Family LineNokia E Series
- ModelE73 Mode
- Storage Capacity250MB
- Network Generation3G
- Network TechnologyGSM / EGSM,HSDPA,HSUPA,WCDMA (UMTS)
- BandGSM 850/900/1800/1900 (Quadband)
- Camera Resolution5.0MP
- ConnectivityMicro USB
- Supported Flash Memory CardsMicroSD
- Battery Capacity1500 mAh
- Display TechnologyLCD display
- Screen Size2.4"
- Touch ScreenNo
- Digital CameraYes
- QWERTY Physical KeyboardYes
- Email AccessYes
- Internet BrowserYes
- Height4.48 in.
- Depth0.4 in.
- Width2.3 in.
- Weight4.48 oz
Most relevant reviews
- hogan272Feb 03, 2016Verified purchase - NEWby
- alexarose1470Apr 06, 2015by
Classic phone with great reception and elegant form-factor.
I was an early adopter of the smartphone, and I have loved having all of my apps and updates integrated in one device since 2009. Since then, however, I have tired of the constant access and distractibility that also accompany smartphones. I decided that I wanted to try a phone that could access the internet (kinda) and send email (only through IMAP and POP-3 protocols), but was otherwise just used for calling and texting. The Nokia E73 does all of this perfectly.
The S-60 operating system feels very aged by now, and the user interface feels clunky with too many sub-menus to choose from. Once you get everything where you want it, however, the phone is quite simple to use. Talking on the phone is wonderful - it gets amazing signal and call quality everywhere. I tested the call quality against an IPhone 5s and a Motorola Droid Maxx, and the Nokia won, hands down. This thing gets reception in a solid brick basement. It's spectacular.
Texting on the phone is great. Having a full qwerty keyboard is great, although for ladies like myself, I would recommend keeping your nails trimmed if you want to text quickly with the tiny keys. The auto-correct function is pretty good, and I like that it doesn't automatically sensor naughty words. ;-)
As for the email function, you are gonna need to set up the email protocols yourself, which is a big pain. There is information on setting up the email function on the Windows Phone forums. I was unable to set up a Gmail account on the phone (gmail is no longer supported on this phone) so I had to make a new hotmail account ("new" hotmail account, lol).
I downloaded Opera Mini to use as the primary web browser, which works really well on this phone. The web browsing works, but is nowhere near as fast or integrated as modern smartphones; that's ok for me though. I was trying to find a LESS distracting phone.
Maps does not work very well - it is so slow it is almost unusable due to almost non-existant app support for a phone this age. That's ok too - I don't use the maps function at all.
All in all, I would say this is an excellent phone for folks who just want to text and talk and check a few emails on the go. Great call quality, good for texting, and the phone has a classy, heavy feel to it. Oh yes; it can also connect to your computer as a USB mass storage device, and you can purchase additional SD cards for it to increase the phone's memory capacity. Pretty cool.Read full review
- phipdxJan 08, 2013by
Great value for the $$$
Love Nokia E series. Been using E63, E71 and now E73. Very solid built. Don't bother to purchase an unlock code for this phone. Just call T-mobile directly and they'll provide you the code to unlock this phone for other providers such as AT&T. Though a few limitations: the GPS is hard-coded to T-mobile so you have to have a data plan in order to use GPS. In addition, Internet radio is no longer available with this model. So far so good with this device.
- mishacascadeDec 11, 2012by
Cheap, Good Features, Cmon, Its a Nokia ;)
This phone, you wont regret buying, for the amount of money you pay, its awesome, its got Wi-Fi, and just basic things you need in a phone, if you don't want anything fancy , and are on a budget this is for you, 5/5
- soulovelytaliAug 13, 2012by
Great phone I highly recommend.
I love this phone, the battery life is so long it's amazing how they do it. The only drawback is I can't figure out how to download my contact from my T-mobile sim card to the phone but I figured out how to download my old texts if I want to retrieve them. If someone knows please let me know. The design is great, the phone is sturdy and doesn't slip out of my hands like the iphone does, I don't like to type on the screen so the keypad works great for me and feels good to the touch :)