Nokia has been promoting its E75 as the first handset equipped for email handling, and now it is available in stores. The email interface offers advanced features such as meeting requests management, contact lookup, auto-complete and so on.
There is a side-sliding familiar keyboard that makes setting up your email an easy and customary procedure. Then you access Nokia Messaging service and go on to Gmail, Yahoo!, Windows Live Hotmail, Mail for Exchange or IBM Lotus Notes Traveler. The service setup can be performed in 23 languages and all the proffered accounts support the HTML format.
This Nokia Messaging gadget can also boast a comfortable 2.4-inch large display of 16 million colors, the Nokia Internet browser, support for international calls over the Internet, support for Office applications, the popular radios, Nokia Maps, Bluetooth, sure enough, a built-in camera complete with flash, support for up to 16GB of external memory, up to 280 hours of talk time, you name it they have it.
You can get your handset in silver/black, red and copper/yellow. Ordered via the Nokia UK website it will put you back nearly $550.
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