Nokia on Wednesday launched the new addition to its E-series range, Nokia E75.

The latest model Nokia E75 offers Nokia Messaging Service, which will allow users to send e-mails while on the move.

Nokia India marketing director Vineet Taneja said that today’s world Business mobility is now a necessity. We plan to partner with telecom operators to provide this phone to the end consumers.

The Nokia E75 boasts of full desktop e-mail functionality along with both standard keypad and qwerty keypad to give an ease-of-use experience to the customer.

The Nokia E75 phone supports high standard multimedia experience with 3.2 megapixel camera, autofocus, flash and comes integrated with a music player, media player, FM and internet radio,

Nokia E75 Priced at Rs.26,299, the phone will support all features of messaging services such as e-mail solutions like – Gmail, Yahoo, Rediffmail, Sify and others.

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  2. how do i unlock my New zealand vodaphone Nokia 3120c ?? please help

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  3. I have been using Nokia e-75 for a while now; however I find that the speed of the processor is pretty slower as compared to my old cell. Can it be upgraded to fix my issue; else I might have to dump this.

  4. Cool phone! I would love to have this, and this will sure be my next choice when I buy a new phone, good review too.

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