Nokia 6102 Camera Phone with Cingular service

Nokia 6102 Camera Phone with Cingular service

Was using AT&T until they were acquired by Cingular. Been using this service 3-1/2 years and I've never had a dropped call! Just switched to the camera phone and I love it! Still trying to figure out all the features.

  • This 3G phone may be the hottest thing since the iPhone. Customizable homepage, qwerty keyboard, resistive touch screen, orientation sensor, proximity sensor, video recording up to 1 hr per clip, music playback, direct media downl... This 3G phone may be the hottest thing since the iPhone. Customizable homepage, qwerty keyboard, resistive touch screen, orientation sensor, proximity sensor, video recording up to 1 hr per clip, music playback, direct media downloads, up to 32 GB internal memory + 16GB memory card, email, PIM (calendar, todos, notes, detailed contacts), view word docs, excel, pdf, powerpoint, connect to the real internet with a full web browser (flash 3.0 Lite, flash videos, javascript support) rss reader and so much more. If this thing performs well with all of these features...Nokia is going to be killing the game, except for the hefty price.

  • You really can't accuse Nokia of failing to differentiate their range of S60 3rd Edition devices - each one has been wildly different from the rest, at least to the trained eye. The N73 has been widely touted as a natural successo... You really can't accuse Nokia of failing to differentiate their range of S60 3rd Edition devices - each one has been wildly different from the rest, at least to the trained eye. The N73 has been widely touted as a natural successor to the best-selling S60 2nd Edition-powered N70, but that's only really half the story. The truth about the N73 is that it's all about the camera. And what a camera, 3.2 megapixels with greater clarity, far less compression artefacts and better colour than even Nokia's own flagship N93. Where the N70 was perhaps 70% smartphone and 30% camera, the Nokia N73 is a true half and half. With such a strong imaging focus, it won't appeal to the 'why do I need a camera in my phone' brigade, but I doubt Nokia will mind. In truth, the N73 is less than perfect as a smartphone, as you'll see below, but for the target market the photos it takes will more than make up for this.

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  • It's an Iphone.. need I say more :)

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  • It's a simple phone with an excellent browser and camera