Nokia E75 is one of the latest phones to be released from Nokia. This smartphone was announced at the mobile world congress.
Nokia E75 is a candy style phone with QWERTY keyboard and a glossy casing. Nokia has apparently designed the Nokia E75 on the lines of a business phone, akin to the blackberry. The features included in the Nokia E75 are web browsing, WI FI, GPRS and HSDPA all of which help in speedy internet connectivity.
Sending emails is now made simple with the dedicated e mail key for sending messages. Nokia E75 is also loaded with the office document viewer which allows you to view or send work documents instantly. It has an internal memory of 50MB with microSD slot and the extensible memory of Nokia E75 is 16 GB with 4 GB included.
Nokia E75 is loaded with message options like SMS, MMS, Email, IM and text-to-speech reader. The quad-band GSM850/900/1800/1900 and dual-band WCDMA900/2100 allows you to use your phone in most countries.
The other features in the Nokia E75 include the 3.2 mega pixel camera with auto focus, LED flash and digital zoom, as well as a video recorder with Hi-resolution VGA and video streaming. For music aficionados there is a music player supporting formats such as MP3 and AAC, FM radio, Nokia podcast and windows media player. Users can customize Nokia E75 with a polyphonic ringtone, MP3 or even video or talking ringtones.
That is not all, the application tools such as dual mode lets you swap between personal and work emails and you can have two home screens; one for business and the other for pleasure. The above features make the Nokia E75 one of the most awaited business phones despite the slightly crammed QWERTY keypad, which is perhaps its only drawback.
Nokia is a leading player in mobile communications in the Asia Pacific with its regional corporate headquarters in Singapore. It first started operations in the region in the early 1980s. It has since established a leading brand presence in many local markets, and the business has expanded considerably in all areas of the telecommunications industry.