Nokia E75 ReviewNokia E75 8.5
Nokia E66 and Nokia E71, both of which utilize Feature Pack 1 with certain functions from Feature Pack 2 integrated by the manufacturer. Home screen can either look fairly simple or show the Home screen application. Like before, we again prefer the second option, since it allows easy access to the most used functions and important information such as upcoming events, unread emails etc. and therefore you can respond more promptly when it comes to business correspondence or scheduled events. The pretty nice function to switch between Business and Personal profile that is found on the home screen of both the Nokia E66 and Nokia E71 is also present here. Again, separate ringtones, running applications, theme and wallpaper can be assigned to each profile, so you cell phone gets transformed from a personal business assistant to multimedia center really fast.
In the phonebook you can store as many contacts as you need with the only limitation being the available free memory of the phone and each of them can be assign unlimited numbers, email addresses, date of birth, a photo, extra information etc. Searches are performed by both given and family names or company (if previously entered).
The calendar doesn´t take up the entire screen when showing all days in any given month. There is also some free space below the block of dates that shows the upcoming events. The other calendar views look a bit differently. If you pick out “Day”, a vertical list of events pops up on screen with timeslots clearly visible. You also have the well known “To-do” view and Agenda mode. If you select it, you will be able to see all events scheduled on that particular day, vertically sorted by starting hour.
The preloaded Quickoffice pack kicks in when you need to go over or edit Office documents and Power point presentations. Unfortunately it doesn´t support Office 2007 files, so you will have to spend about 30.12 EUR (about $40) if you need it. At least we didn´t encounter any issues opening large Office 2003 documents. There were no problems at all reading PDF files with the preloaded Adobe Reader LE 1.5 either.
Adobe Reader LE
The preloaded Quickoffice pack on the Nokia E75 kicks in when you need to go over or edit Office documents and Power point presentations.
1. LGVX1993 (Posts: 260; Member since: 27 Jan 2009)
This reviewer seems very excited when usually there just plain and to the point.