Nokia E75 Review

Briefly: Following in the footsteps of the E71 the Nokia E75 is going a la Blackberry with a full QWERTY keyboard for you email addicts.

From the successful E series following in the footsteps of the E71 & E65 this handset is set an amazing piece of technology and is very user friendly. Available in three colours Red, Silver & copper yellow the handset along with the experts other new handset the E55 is the first Nokia phone to carry the new email user interface. This will mean users will be able to use their mobiles to access both consumer and corporate emails…very much alike to the Blackberry 8900 Curve.

This latest smartphone has some really great features including a full QWERTY keyboard, HSDPA, Wi-fi and a 3.2 mega pixel camera, which is amazing seen as it is one of the smallest messaging handsets on the market.  It also features its own media player and a 3.5 mm audio jack which means it will fit the majority of audio equipment on the market. The E75 has a massive 50MB of onboard memory which can be expanded using a 16 GB memory card.

This handset also debuts the new Nokia maps Nokia maps 3.0 which means you will have an even easier job finding your way with the built in GPS.

What does the Nokia E75 have to offer?

  • Full QWERTY keyboard
  • 3.2 mega pixel camera
  • New Nokia email user interface
  • nokia Maps 3.0
  • Media player with 3.5mm audio jack

The Nokia E75 will soon be available to pre-order on Mobilesplease so stay tuned! If your eager to buy one of the Nokia ‘E’ range phones now we would recommend the E71which is available on the Orange & T-mobile network.

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