The latest Nokia E72 is another BlackBerry-style device from the handset manufacturer's giant, and it seems Nokia wants to keep the demand on the market. The E72 is a follow-up to last year's E71s and has some upgrades like improved software and enhanced camera. It has a 2.36 inch TFT screen with 320 x 240 pixel resolution, with a full QWERTY keyboard. The keypad seems to be well suited for use with different keys and helps with text messages and letters. The phone is integrated with email clients and business systems, such as Microsoft Exchange, except for email applications such as Hotmail and Gmail. Messages can be sent and received via SMS, MMS, email and IM. This includes an optical pressure plate and an accelerometer that makes it easy to rotate the UI automatically.
The Nokia E72 is a Symbian S60 device and runs on a 600 MHz ARM processor that provides high speed and response time. In addition to the 128 MB RAM, the device has a 250 MB internal memory that can be easily expanded to 16 GB using external microSD cards. The phonebook can store unlimited contacts and fields in this handset, as well as records of all stored, received and missed calls for a whole month. This Class32 GPRS device comes with a built-in WAP 2.0 / xHTML, HTML web browser that allows users to access mobile Internet. Wi-Fi allows your device to access any local network or synchronize with a laptop or computer, while Bluetooth supports convenient data sharing between compatible devices.
The most interesting is that the Nokia E72 also includes a 5 megapixel camera with a resolution of 2592 x 1944 pixels and features like auto focus and LED flash. MP3, WMA, WAV, RA, AAC and M4A file formats are very versatile. The music can be restored on the speaker phone or any standard headphones that can be connected to the 3.5 mm audio connector. However, the video player can play WMV, RV, MP4 and 3GP. And the fun doesn't stop there – there's a stereo FM radio with RDS to let users listen to their favorite radio stations.
The Nokia N72 has only a four-band GSM phone that supports the tri-band 3G network. 3G enables high-speed data transfer with HSDPA at 10.2Mbps. Released in October 2009, this handset is now available in interesting color schemes from Zodiac Black, Metal Gray and Topaz Brown. Other important and useful features included in this ensemble include Digital Compass, Document Editor (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF), Flash Lite v3.0, Push to talk, Voice Command / Dial, Organizer, and Nokia Maps 3.0. The standard Li-Po 1500 mAh battery is really efficient with 6 hours of talk time and up to 576 hours of standby time while using the device in 3G. Taking into account the fact that the previous models of the E-series – E71 and E63 – went well with people, we can only expect the E72 to do a good deal.
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