Nokia Introduces New E-Series Phone: The E75

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Nokia Wednesday unveiled the new addition to its E-series range, the Nokia E75 with Nokia Messaging Service which provides e-mail solutions on Nokia devices with the pre-installed Nokia Messaging push e-mail service. According to a press release the E75 is the first device from Nokia that offers complete integration of email and messaging services and provides an easy process for instant email set up and supports up to 16 email accounts.

The Nokia E75 boasts of full desktop email functionality along with both standard keypad and QWERTY keypad. The Nokia E75 will support all features of Nokia Messaging Service -- a number of third party email solutions, namely Gmail, Yahoo, Rediffmail, Sify, Indiatimes, Net4, Hotmail and amongst others.

The Nokia E75 includes an intelligent input feature with auto-completion and correction. The device has a 3.2 megapixel camera, autofocus, flash, and comes integrated with a music player, media player, FM and internet radio. The device also supports integrated A-GPS and preloaded maps on the memory card. The device includes a built-in mobile VPN for intranet access.

The Nokia E75 will be available at an MRP of Rs 26, 299 (US$527) in two colors - silver black and red.

This story, "Nokia Introduces New E-Series Phone: The E75" was originally published by PC-World-India.

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