Nokia’s latest business-focussed handset, the E75, has arrived in the UK, offering advanced e-mail and a full Qwerty keyboard.
The E-75 is the newest in Nokia’s E-series range of mobile phones and is the first of the company’s handsets to be equipped with its brand new Nokia Messaging e-mail user interface.
Nokia claims that this enables complete integration of e-mail and messaging services and allows customers to set-up their e-mail with a quick and easy three-step procedure.
Buyers will also benefit from access to a range of e-mail accounts, such as Hotmail, Lotus Notes Traveller, Yahoo Mail, Gmail and Mail for Exchange and the option to set up two home screens.
Other features of the Nokia E75 include a slide-out Qwerty keyboard to enable users to quickly and easily enter large amounts of text and HSDPA support for fast downloads.
Also on offer is Nokia’s web-based Ovi service, which enables users to store and access files and documents on a PC even in the event that it is offline, the N-Gage games service and Nokia Maps.