I have used Nokia E71. I faced the difficulty in pressing keys due to small keyboard but now I have found Nokia E75. It will solve my problem due to seperate keyboard. I hope it will not be so much costly.best hopes for its good sale. thanks
it's look good
i really love this phone...
hopefully the price is cheaper than e90...
After deep meditation, I have realised that this is a transition phone. It is a good idea in that the phone is now flexible in texting. This phone is geared to fit the heavy texter. The QWERTY is far wider than that of the E71.
It is even wider than the E61i and HTC Touch Pro. If the keys are responsive we surely have a texters dream here!
The reason why I called it a transition phone is that Nokia still have to overcome some puzzles. For instance why did the E55 receive a faster processor, bigger internal memory and bigger battery?? It doesn't make sense, especially when E75 will probably have the heavier workload on account of the comfortable QWERTY.
Another puzzle is size of screen and resolution. Business phones are now moving rapidly into wider screens and higher resolutions. In non-touchscreen phones this has proved harder to implement because with touchscreens one can use the onscreen dialing pad and thus maximize screen width.
The obvious way to keep a phone simple but still have a high res non-touch widescreen, is to place the numeric dialing keys within the QWERTY. I and many others are prepared to slide out the keypad in order to make a call followed by sliding in to speak. It is only one small procedure longer than a normal slider and the gain is worth it. Look! Nokia could have placed a 3.5 inch
640*360 px or even 800*450px screen in this E75. This is better for those who indulge in heavy texting and the internet. Somebody who is a heavy caller can always have a second smaller phone eg E51. Many businessmen have more than one phone.
Nokia had a splendid opportunity to implement the bigger screens but missed the bus!
Anonymous, 26 Feb 2009I really like the design of this phone. The slick, slide-out QWERTY for extended texting is ve... moreI think this design is perfect, even with the small screen. Having a big full qwerty keyboard for heavy text input and a T9 in the front for dialing and text messaging is a good solution.I had a HTC tytn and as I dont like on-screen keyboards I found that it's really difficult to write with one hand with the slider keyboard, now I have a E71 and It's really good, even with the qwerty keyboard being so small.I'm happy with it but I'll be waiting for the E75.
magnificent phone but i think its expensive, nokia should make a mid tier version of this phone like e71 - e63..
WOOOOW, this phone looks really cool.
it reminds me a bit of the E90 !
this is, why i din´t bought the e71, the waitings was worth it :D:D:D
Kamis Jagab, 26 Feb 2009Nokia E75 is a most have fone,hope it will be better than the 5800 am using coz am a fone freak.nice
Nokia E75 is a most have fone,hope it will be better than the 5800 am using coz am a fone freak.
I really like the design of this phone. The slick, slide-out QWERTY for extended texting is very welcome. The phone is reminiscent of HTC's S740, but I am certain this Nokia will be more user friendly.
I am puzzled why the E55 has more internal memory, a faster processor and greater battery capacity. Was the E75 sleeping while the fried chicken and barbecue source was being handed out?
Furthermore I can't help thinking that many would prefer a wider screen (3.2-3.5 inches), higher resolution and a QWERTY at the expense of T9 keys.
I would be even willing to go through four processes to dial a new number rather than the usual two in order to gain the aforementioned features.
The four would be slide out the keyboard, dial the number, close the keyboard and send. What do you guys think??
huented, 25 Feb 2009i think this a smple bsns phone...beatifl fn,but vry thick ,n i think i want this phne..but i ... moreyeah this phone is gonna b the best on of the E series with nokia. well abt the price u should visit nokia website .. i belive they said to pre-order it, it's gonna b abt 500$ or a bit more ..
i think nokia has reached the best of the best , i f.... love this phone , BUT HOW MUCH DOES IT COST ??? :d
the phone doesnt look so good..looks bloated like a penguin..id rather take htc or SE
The E75 looks nice...but the processor speed of 369MHz is slowwww. I think too slow for a phone with such features.
i think this a smple bsns phone...beatifl fn,but vry thick ,n i think i want this phne..but i dnt knw the price in us....can any one tell me..!!!!!!
i compare with nokia e71
this mobile weight is 12 gm heavy then e71
what new option in this mobile???