By Vineetha Menon
Customers in UAE can be the first to own device when it hits markets in March
Nokia is now accepting booking orders for the E75 smartphone through authorized retailers across the UAE.
Offering a ‘full desktop email experience’, the E75 comes with direct access to Microsoft Exchange and IBM Lotus Notes. It’s expected to retail at approximately AED 2,300.
“With the Nokia E75 we took a lot of inspiration from the Nokia 9300, which was our first mini communicator,” says Kai Oistamo, executive vice president at Nokia. “Owners of the Nokia 9300 loved the messaging functionality a full keyboard provided, but also used the traditional phone keypad a great deal. With the Nokia E75 we kept these essential ingredients, significantly upgraded all of the features and made it as compact as possible.”
The Nokia E75 also comes with full Nokia Maps, an N-Gage gaming experience and Ovi Files that can remotely manage and share files stored on a PC.
More than 10 million units from the Eseries were shipped in 2008.