The Nokia N73 phone has a fantastic specification list and on that note meets all of my requirements:
Phone with handsfree
Long talk time
Good battery life
3.1 megapixel camera
Syncs with Outlook
Able to access Gmail easily
Unfortunately it has one massive drawback that let's down all of the above and that is that the processor speed is simply inadequate for the task.
The whole point of a camera in a phone is for those opportunities where you chance upon something unexpected, where you are unlikely to have a camera on you and that's where it disappoints.
For example - from the back of the taxi you get the 'what's that? That's interesting. Grab phone. Slide camera cover open. Wait. Wait. Wait. Damn the taxi's set off again'.
I guess on a phone that has a button marked 'clock' on the main menu that takes 3 full seconds to display the time is, inevitably, going to be more complicated with something like a camera but, it's still rubbish.
Verdict: 4/10. Great phone, ruined.