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  Reply # 276184 25-Nov-2009 13:36
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hairy1: When is the review coming Scott?


I need to write a few other things before I write a review of the E72 . . .

There are heaps on the 'net ;-)


PhoneArena have their review up today.

Waiting on a good honest review from Scott though! Many reviewers seem to scared they might upset Nokia and avoid mentioning bugs/issues.




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  Reply # 276193 25-Nov-2009 13:55
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  Reply # 276234 25-Nov-2009 16:14
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  Reply # 276268 25-Nov-2009 17:56
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I can't say I've experienced any except the space bar error (and that was once)

The speed of the E72 continues to impress me, both operating speed and internet connection.



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  Reply # 276279 25-Nov-2009 19:09
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I remember the huge increase in speed from E90 to E71, I'm not convinced that given the processor has increased in speed significantly with the E72 there isn't still room for improvement . . .

The fancy fade in effects are nice but I was actually thinking the phone was a bit laggy.

Download speeds are awesome yes.



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  Reply # 277162 28-Nov-2009 09:42
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The space bar just did the stop working thing again. I noticed this time that the notification light kept doing the fast blink even though the messages were all read, maybe related . . .



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  Reply # 280547 8-Dec-2009 23:27
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A couple more . . .

Mail for Exchange, the message preview on the home screen, the name of the sender is all small letters (not capitals for first letter of their name etc)

Even though my MfE is set to always on, it isn't. I'll try and work out how often it actually retrieves soon . . .

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