Leo, 06 Apr 2009Ugly design... so out of date and old fashioned... ugh...I think it is good designed phone...
This device is clearly a superbly engineered one. For those who do not require GPS or an advanced camera module they should consider the outstanding E51 which at less than £200 220 is outstanding value.
at last nice look from nokia. but(sadly) still the same medieval OS. the S60 is sooooo user NOT friendly, i loathe it.
C'mon Nokia now time to make more Symbian Smartphone with Full & Half QWERTY pad + Touchscreen & retire alpanumeric keypad.
C'mon Nokia now time to make more QWERTY pad Symbian Smartphone & retire alpanumeric keypad.
Oh I wish I was a businessman with cash to own this thing and use it to its purpose, it would be cool... nice phone
I got this phone today, and i loved it. The build is solid, the os is fast.
Nokia rules! E75- waiting for it for a longer time. For all those complaints: no touchscreen, no bling bling.. E75 is for business at first, only after that- for having fun.
Anonymous, 06 Apr 2009Nokia finally puts a qwerty on a phone via slide bar? Totally outdated. When other phone compa... more"been there, done that, but what do we do wrong? Why nokia could sell that phone while we can't"
form factor is not the only selling point of a phone. A phone were consisting a software/hardware/model.
I would not buy SE X1 or HTC although they were have a phone that were like E75. Because the OS were not as robust as Symbian.
Nokia finally puts a qwerty on a phone via slide bar? Totally outdated. When other phone companies look at this phone...they are simply thinking "been there, done that. What else do you have?".
touchscreen is so overrated.
blackberry bold hit
this is an E series phone for business not some Iphone love in.
Anonymous, 06 Apr 2009This will not be a hit... To be a hit it must have 1) Full touch screen 2) Touch screen m... moreI would agree, if you make a phone, make one. to buy a phone like this would be a waste of money. It might have cool features like Wi-Fi and the QWERTY keyboard but it's just not what i think people will want. it doesnt have that x-factor
to be honest... i think the main con for the E75 is the screen size. i think that for this year, they should've bumped it up to 2.6" and introduced higher screen resolution to its whole range of models thats coming out this year. If that were to be the case, i think this phone would definitely be a hit just like the E71.
Blackberry connect, 06 Apr 2009It is important because there are a lot of big companies with thousands of users that already ... moreHi,
what i'm gonna say here is just a rephrase on what nokia top management said in barcelona 2009: Why would you need the blackberry connect if your phone can connect directly to the mail server. The E series in the nokia stands for Efficient, we cut the middle man (read: blacberry), and connect your phone directly to your corporate mail server such as Mail for Exchange and IBM Lotus Notes Traveler.
So, there is NO "we already invest in blackberry things". because with nokia you don't need the middle man.
Anonymous, 06 Apr 2009This will not be a hit...
To be a hit it must have
1) Full touch screen
2) Touch screen m... moretalking about dual sim or triple sim. Nokia really need to have dual/triple sim card phone.
I live in a country where 18% of the phone sales where come from china just because the dual/triple sim capability. Several of my friends have bought the dual and even triple sims. I must say I envy the multi sims capability, although the china phone really looks UGLY. it style where ridiculous, if it's not because of the multi sims things i believe that phone won't sell.
So, nokia, if you listening, we, the E-series user really BEG you for multi sims capability.