The Nokia E73 Mode is supported by both the 2G (GSM 850/900/1800/1900) and 3G (HSDPA 900/1700/2100 HSDPA 2100) networks. The mobile measures 113.8 x 58.4 x 10.2 mm and weighs a little more than 127 grams. It is small and lightweight, both ideal attributes for a mobile phone. The E73 Mode’s display type is TFT and (16M colors).

The phone’s display measures 2.4 inches and boasts of 320 x 240 pixels. The keyboard is a QWERTY and has a five way scroll key, optical trackpad and an accelerometer sensor for tap for time and auto rotate.

When a Nokia E73 Mode user receives an incoming call, the mobile they can choose to be alerted a number of ways, amongst them polyphonic ring, vibration, WAV and of course, seemingly everyone’s favorite, the MP3 ringtone.

Users will have plenty of storage space for telephone numbers. There is plenty of space available for entries and numerous input fields. Call records are stored for a period of 30 days.

The phone’s built-in, internal memory measures 4 GB but additional memory can be added via the card’s microSD card, up to 16 GB. The E73 comes with Bluetooth, a USB port and a 5 Megapixel camera with auto focus and LED flash. Individuals will also be able to record videos and make video conference calls.

The Nokia E73 Mode uses the Symbian operating system 9.3, Series 60 v 3.2 UI. The phone comes with multiple messaging capabilities, including MMS, Instant messaging, SMS, Push Email and traditional email. The browser is WAP 2.0x/xHTML, HTML capable.

Mobile phones aren’t just mini-media centers, they are also entertainment ones. Individuals will be able to download and play games on their Nokia E73 Mode.

While the E73 Mode is long on features, it’s pretty short on color. It is only available in Titanium. It does, however, come with GPS, complete with A-GPS support. Users don’t ever have to worry about getting lost as long as they have their mobile phones with them. Other cool features include predictive text input (some people will like this, other people don’t), a built-in organizer, digital compass, document editor so that a person can make changes to their Powerpoint, PDF, Word and Excel documents, voice command and dial, MP4/H.263 video player and Mp3/WMA/WAV/eAAc+player.

The Nokia E73 Mode is powered by a standard Li-Po 1500 mAh battery. Standby time is up to 384 hours on the 2G network and up to 528 hours on the 3G network. On the 2G network individuals get up to 13 hours of talk time and on the 3G network, up to 6 hours.

The Nokia E73 Mode is a very good phone. It is sleek, featured packed (unfortunately, the more feature packed a phone is, the higher its SAR level becomes and as a general rule, it’s best to keep the time you spend talking on the phone to a bare minimum so as to minimize health risks) and attractive. Individuals in the market for a quality phone will find that the E73 Mode is exactly that. It offers users plenty of memory, a camera, video recording capability and is supported on both the 2G and 3G networks. Those interested in purchasing the Nokia e73 Mode will find that the Internet is a great place to buy one. The prices are reasonable and it’s possible to find some really terrific deals.