Monday, August 06, 2007

Nokia n75 Cell Phone....Is It Right For You?

First off.... if you need a site that is good for making comparisons of phones I would strongly suggest spending some time on Cell Phone Comparison

On the left side of the page you can click on individual carriers (AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, Nextel, T-Mobile, Alltel, US Cellular, Disney Mobile) for carrier specific information. The next screen enter your zip code....and you'll see all the phones and plans offered by that carrier in your area. You can then do a direct side by side comparison of features. This site will help you a great deal when it comes to buying a cell phone or advising someone else on a good phone to get. You can even order the cell phone you want from this site. Very nice..... especially since they often have specials and rebates available too.

Now....here's the scoop on the Nokia n75. I have to say it is an impressive phone.

The good.....

- Great reception and sound quality.

- Great 2MP camera and very nice quality pictures.

- Great music player and stereo speakers that are quite loud.

- Full web browser that is capable of rendering full websites in a very usable way on the small screen.

- For a small screen it is actually quite big and exceptionally detailed and clear.

- Read text messages without opening the phone.

- Lots of customizing options

- It is a smartphone and can manage files and view business files such as PDF's and office docs.

- Pretty good battery life, it can play music on the external speakers at full volume for more than 5 hours.

- Nokia software is very stable and very easy to use to manage the phone from a computer. (I think it is a lot better than active sync was with a windows mobile smartphone)

The bad.......

- Proprietary connector for headset and its big and bulky and placed in a bad spot. (I'd suggest you get equiped with bluetooth gear)

- Camera lags about a second behind the button push before it actually takes the picture.

- Trim surrounding the internal screen has a very glossy finish and it is virtually impossible to keep it looking good. Every single time the phone touchs your face there is a visible smudge left on the trim.

I have not had the time to explore the bluetooth or the video capability so far so I can not comment on those aspects.

If you are half as happy with your decision as most Nokia n75 users......then you will still be ecstatic if the Nokia n75 is the phone you choose.

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