Nokia E70 – quick review
I’ve been using the Nokia E70 for a couple of days and have to return it tomorrow. I wish I could keep it longer and do a full review of it but that’s not possible, but here’s some of my impressions of Nokias Symbian based smartphone E70.
The first thing that you notice as soon as you turn on the E70 is that the screen is extremely good. It has a resolution of 352 x 416 pixels, which is double the resolution of most ordinary Nokia phones. It looks incredibly crisp and all text is very readable (it actually nearly looks as good as print letters), and when you’re using applications or surfing on the Internet the feeling is something completely different than older phones.
The other thing that is obvious is that the Nokia E70 features a folding keyboard which gives you a really good keyboard – you get used to it really quick and I will sure miss it when I have to let go of the phone tomorrow.
I haven’t had the time to explore this phone fully so I won’t give it any official judgement, but I must say that I like it and I haven’t been forced to open the instruction booklet yet which means that the GUI is really intuitive and easy to use. Sorry for the poor image quality of the photos!
Here’s a nice (full) review of the Nokia E70:
Nokia E70 – review [mobile88.com]