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Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Nokia E75 Unlocked Cell Phone with 3.2 MP Camera, 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS, Media Player, 4 GB MicroSD Card

Enjoy efficient, broad-reaching mobile messaging with the easily pocketable Nokia E75 smartphone, which features a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and quick three-step email setup. Made from the quality materials one expects from Nokia Eseries, the Nokia E75 also ships with the Nokia Messaging service, which provides access to the world's top personal email services (including Gmail, Windows Live, and Yahoo!) as well as access to access to over 90 percent of the world's corporate inboxes via Nokia's corporate email clients, Mail for Exchange and IBM Lotus Notes Traveler. It's ready to run on 3G networks here in the U.S. (850/1900 MHz UMTS/HSDPA), enabling fast downloads and streaming multimedia while on the go.
The E75 comes with a 4 GB MicroSD memory card, and it's compatible with optional cards up to 16 GB in size. You can connect to personal, corporate and hotspot networks via the integrated Wi-Fi networking (802.11b/g) for browsing the Web and accessing files as well as connect to Voice over IP (VoIP) internet telephony services. And with the assisted GPS capabilities, you'll enjoy turn-by-turn navigation using the included Nokia Maps application (and a 3-month license). Other features include a 3.2-megapixel camera/camcorder, Bluetooth for handsfree devices and stereo music streaming, digital audio/video player, stereo FM radio, and up to 5.3 hours of talk time.

Nokia E75 Unlocked Cell Phone with 3.2 MP Camera, 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS, Media Player, 4 GB MicroSD Card

Other features include:

Email support: IMAP4, Mail for Exchange, POP3, SMTP, IMAP IDLE, attachments
Messaging support: SMS, MMS
Instant messaging with Presence-enhanced contacts
50 MB internal dynamic memory; MicroSD expansion support to 16 GB
Applications include PDF Viewer, Quickoffice (Quickword, Quickpoint, Quicksheet), ZIP Manager, Nokia Maps, Flash Lite 3.0
Speaker dependent and speaker independent voice dialing
Intelligent input with auto-completion, auto-correction and learning capability
Micro-USB connector support charging, High-Speed USB 2.0
Support for local and remote SyncML synchronisation, iSync, Intellisync, ActiveSync
FM radio (required wired headset to be attached); access to Internet radio
Ovi Files service allows you to remotely manage and share files stored on a PC, even when the PC is switched off
Supports Nokia N-Gage games service
The included high-efficiency charger reduces standby energy consumption to just 10 percent of the power used by conventional chargers
Bluetooth version 2.0 with the following profiles: A2DP (stereo music streaming), AVRC (remote control), HFP (hands-free car kits), HSP (communication headsets), BIP (for sending images to another device), BPP (basic printing profile for text, email), DUN (dial-up networking), FTP (file transfer), HID (support for mice or joysticks), OPP (object push for business cards, calendar items, and pictures), PBA (transfer contacts), SPP (serial port profile)

Customer feedback:

1. I can work with office documents and synch up with my outlook calender faster than I could with my old HTC/ATT Win 6.1 smart phone. Nokia PC Suit is leagues ahead of MS Active Synch, and puts Motorola's software to the shame it deserves.
Folks that play with it are amazed at how fast the phone responds when selecting applications. Instant response instead of a second or so wait as many Windows based phones have.

2. The E75 is the first QWERTY slider into the E series, yet maintains a pleasant thinness. It is not as thin as the E71, but Nokia is fitting quite a bit of hardware into this thin slider body. Nevertheless, the E75 is solidly built and maintains a great feel while being held open or closed.
The QWERTY keyboard featured on the E75 is huge. Coming from a narrower brick QWERTY, the jump to such a wider keyboard is impressive and helps make typing out messages on a phone less of a chore. Those who may have bigger fingers may appreciate the larger keys as featured on the E75. Unlike the E71 the E75 contains a dedicated Ctrl key, the E71's key only being a secondary function. This dedicated key makes tasks like copying and pasting even easier.

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