The Nokia E75 has the same features one would expect from the eSeries: an impressive file management system, a sleek, professional design and good connectivity capabilities. In addition, the sliding side combined with the QWERTY keyboard make texting even easider.
In terms of design, it is slightly larger and heavier than the e71, which could be an issue for some. Personally, I prefer it, mostly because of the slightly larger screen and larger buttons (though I'm finding some of the top buttons on the side keyboard still difficult to hit). The design of the front of the phone is fairly basic and could definitely be improved on.
The menu is pretty much identical to that of the e71, right down to the option from switching between a "business" and "leisure" menu, though the responsiveness seems much better and it doesn't tend to glitch as much. The office applications remain the main draw, though I admit I haven't used features like the wireless keyboard to make a comment on their practicality. The main flaw I see is the screen still beeing to small to use apps like the .pdf reader and MS Office without excessive scrolling.
The phone book has limitless contacts and enhanced search functions. Not only does the new design make messaging quicker and faster, but the phone can now sync with your e-mail accounts making e-mailing a lot simpler.
The built-in camera of this phone is decidedly unimpressive, both in terms of picture quality (at a mere 3.2 megapixels) and in terms of shutter speed. I guess it's good for a spontaneous pic, but I'm not giving up my digital camera yet.
The multimedia features are impressive and include flash player and realplayer, though you will need to expand the phone's memory (it's internal memory is 50 MB) if you intend to use any of it.
Other apps of note in this phone are Facebook ,Youtube , pocasting and GPS.
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