"I'm back with Nokia"4.0 starson by MooreSites
Pros: Wi-Fi, Great Calendar, QWERTY, good screen
Cons: Some lag (doesn't bug me), no US 3G
Summary: I almost bought an E62 last year, but was just too upset that AT&T (then Cingular) nixed the Wi-Fi. I'm a casual email checker on the road (I have my laptop with me most always for the hotel), so I wanted a phone to check email when a hotspot was available. Also, I love to text when I can and had never had a QWERTY keyboard before.
With that said, I really like this phone. Everything works well and it locks in on Wi-Fi well. My favorite aspect is the customizable "Active Standby" that allows you to view items at a glance on your screen. New messages, voicemails, missed calls, etc. will list on your main screen below your menu icons (which are also configurable). Memos are so much more than a to-do list now. They'll stay on the main screen all day, then disappear the next . . . I really like this calendar.
Texting is nice as well. I've never had a full keyboard, but this one feels nice. I thought the buttons felt somewhat small at first, but then tried my friend's Treo and found that they were more than adequate.
The Wi-Fi management is also done well. I can click my messaging button and it will ask me to connect. Once I'm done (if I haven't set it to auto check), the phone disconnects from Wi-Fi to save battery. Same with web browsing. Oh, and the browser shows the full web page on the screen. It's not the nice pinch and drag feel of the iPhone, but it does a nice enough job.
Battery life is nice. I've spent a couple weekends and find that I get 3 days (almost exactly) of heavy use in all aspects (Wi-Fi, texting, applications).
All in all . . . I love this phone. I am very satisfied with it and am so glad to be back in the Nokia camp (I had left for a few years and couldn't get back due to contracts). To me, their phones are just a step above in quality. Oh, by the way, this phone is built like a tank . . . a beautiful, stainless steel tank.