Nokia’s E75 email workhorse ships


6 Apr 2009

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Eschewing a large touchscreen for souped-up email functionality, the E75 with slide-out QWERTY keyboard ships today.

The E75 is Nokia’s first device to come with its the new email user interface. This offers full desktop email functionality and total integration of the mobile operator’s email and messaging services.

Nokia Messaging is a new service that allows users to pull all their web-based email accounts, opening up the world’s leading consumer email accounts including Yahoo! Mail, Gmail and Windows Live Hotmail into one user interface.

It also supports Nokia’s corporate email clients, Mail for Exchange and IBM Lotus Notes Traveler, which Nokia said will provide direct access to over 90pc of global corporate inboxes.

In a nutshell, the E75 is the handset world’s email workhorse and has a simple three-step set-up process for your email accounts.

The E75 will come in three colours: black, tan and red, and has a consumer-friendly curved design, but also has the advantage of both a regular keypad and a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard.

The Nokia E75 is expected to ship at an estimated retail price of €375 before taxes and subsidies.

By Marie Boran

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