Nokia E75 - one of two business minded handsets presented at the MWC '09 - is now available in stores. The side-sliding S60 smartphone with QWERTY keypad caught our attention in Barcelona with its excellent built quality, worldwide HSDPA coverage, Wi-Fi and GPS.
But Nokia E75 has even more tricks up its sleeve. Not only does it have two keyboards but it has two homescreens - one for your work day and one leisure time. It's really not all work and no play with the Nokia E75 - it comes with a 3.5 mm audio jack, stereo Bluetooth, a 3.15 MP autofocus camera with VGA video recording and even N-Gage gaming support.
That said, Nokia E75 best selling point is messaging. The handset is the first to ship with the updated Nokia Messaging push email service, which recently added Hotmail to the already extensive email support including Mail for Exchange and IBM Lotus Notes Traveler.
Nokia says that the E75 supports 90% of the world's corporate-used email setups. The email client can also handle subfolders and HTML, all to be displayed on the 2.4" QVGA (240 x 320 pixels) screen.
Other Nokia perks are not overlooked either - E75 ships with Nokia Maps and Ovi Files. Ovi Files is a service for storing files online, which is a nice addition to the 4 GB microSD card that comes with the device.
The asking price for Nokia E75 is 385 euro, quite close to the initial estimates. Here are some live shots of the E75 that we snapped in Barcelona.
"ready for heavy-duty corporate emailing" - acutally it's not. The exchange client just dosn't work. Google for it if you don't believe me.
Is it better tha E71 and wht's it cost
i am a nokia lover at the moment im stil using a 9300i and im waiting for my new E75.