If e-mail on your mobile phone is your priority, the Nokia E75 is a superb choice. Thanks to its e-mail aggregation function, users can combine their business, personal, and web-based accounts to stay in touch like never before. Meanwhile, the brilliant slide-out full Qwerty keyboard allows you to enter large amounts of text quickly and easily, making composing e-mails a breeze.
We think you’ll love the QuickOffice application which comes with the phone. This lets you create, edit and update Microsoft Office documents straight from your handset, so you need never be out of the loop no matter how far you stray from your office. Meanwhile, also helping you to keep your eye on work matters is the option to customise home screen content into separate business and personal modes.
But this phone isn’t just a supremely hard-working handset. Elsewhere onboard the Nokia E75, you’ll find a superb 3.2 megapixel camera with VGA video capture and a media player and an FM radio with outstanding sound quality to keep you entertained while you are on the move.
Other features include a 3.5mm headphone jack, independent voice dialing, dedicated one-touch keys, text to speech message reading and distribution lists for e-mails, an integrated hands-free speakerphone
To help you make the most of all these functions, Nokia has provided 50Mb of internal memory with scope to boost up to 16 GB by adding a microSD card.
9th December 2013
Windows Phone gets carrier’s backing.
6th December 2013
Ad-supported service coming to smartphones.
5th December 2013
European Commission gives green light.
27th November 2013
New budget Windows Phone outed.
22nd November 2013
8-inch slate primed.
21st November 2013
But lacks key features.