Another new Nokia from ‘E Series’ that arrives today together with the Nokia E55. The Nokia E75 is a very complete phone, aimed at users with a more professional profile and a keyboard QWERTY full and sliding, located behind the screen. This is the evolution of the Nokia 9300 launched a few years ago.
In addition to the keyboard QWERTY, more complete than that of the E55, the screen of the Nokia E75 has a size of 2.4 inches, of type QVGA It will offer a resolution of 320 × 240 pixels. Perhaps it falls a bit short compared to other competing model resolutions (for example, the stunning 480 × 320 pixels of the Blackberry Bold).
Of course, being a terminal focused on professional use, connectivity has not been left behind, with HSDPA and the service Nokia Messaging for emails. In this aspect they want to compete with the Blackberry, without a doubt the leading terminals in the professional sector. It also includes Gps assisted, a 3.2 megapixel camera with autofocus and a 3.5 mm audio output, the most common in all types of devices.
In general, the Nokia E75 is a device focused on a very specific audience, the professional. However, it has a really impressive design and some very good features, except for the screen and its resolution that could perhaps be improved. To highlight the keyboard QWERTY complete, without a doubt the turning point of this terminal compared to others.
Regarding price and launch date, the Nokia E75 will come out in March for 375 euros free and in the absence of taxes. Unfortunately, most likely, it will only come out for company contracts, so home users think that we will simply see it pass by.
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