Nokia E72 'has a variety of features'
21 January 2010 — 12:00 PM
The Nokia Eseries of handsets have been praised for the variety of features they offer and their design.
Independent site All About Symbian has listed its three favourite Nokia mobile phones ever and the latest edition of the Eseries - the E72 - has received special praise.
The handset "marries business practicality, great battery life and multimedia convergence into a beautiful and elegant design", which means that it could prove be ideal for consumers looking to upgrade their mobile.
Selling an old mobile phone could provide people with cash to put towards the purchase.
Older Nokia handsets also receive a mention, including the Nokia N95 - originally released in 2006 - which offers a five megapixel camera and integrated GPS which has ensured that "its basic specifications still measure up well to today's high-end devices".
The Nokia 7710 - released in 2004 - was the final choice, with the touchscreen device being praised for its large screen enabling quality web browsing.
Nokia says the E72 is a high-performance device tailor-made for seamless business and personal communication.
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