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Nokia E75 Sim Free Mobile Phone - Silver/Black
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|Display Size||2.4 inches||2.36 inches||2 inches||2.4 inches||2.4 inches||2.36 inches|
|Item Dimensions||—||1 x 5.8 x 11.4 cm||4.7 x 1.5 x 11 cm||4.9 x 1.3 x 11.3 cm||1.18 x 6 x 11.15 cm||1.01 x 5.83 x 11.4 cm|
|Item Weight||0.56 kg||128 grams||89 grams||85 grams||98 grams||128 grams|
|Memory Storage Capacity||—||250 MB||16 GB||140 MB||32 GB||250 MB|
|Special Feature||camera; e-mail; flash; front_camera; GPS; internet; keyboard; mp3_ringtones; radio; usb; wap; wifi||camera; e-mail; flash; front_camera; GPS; internet; keyboard; mp3_ringtones; radio; usb; wap; wifi||camera; e-mail; mp3_ringtones; radio; keyboard; usb; wap||camera; e-mail; keyboard; mp3_ringtones; radio; touchscreen; usb; wap||camera; e-mail; internet; keyboard; mp3_ringtones; radio; usb; wap; wifi||camera; e-mail; flash; front_camera; GPS; internet; keyboard; mp3_ringtones; radio; usb; wap; wifi|
|Wireless Communication Technology||3G; Bluetooth; Edge; GPRS; GSM; HSDPA; WiFi||3G; Bluetooth; Edge; GPRS; GSM; HSDPA; WiFi||3G; Bluetooth; Edge; GPRS; GSM; UMTS||3G; Bluetooth; Edge; GPRS; GSM; HSDPA||Bluetooth; Edge; GSM; WiFi||3G; Bluetooth; Edge; GPRS; GSM; HSDPA; WiFi|
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Stay up-to-date anywhere and let the Nokia E75 collect all your messages however they arrive. Receive emails and messages, review office documents and send them on instantly. High speed HSDPA connectivity lets you connect to the internet and keep up-to-date on news and current events.
Improve your work flow with the Nokia E75. Instant email facility delivers your messages the moment they are sent. Set-up is simple and a dedicated email key and slide out QWERTY keyboard help your get your messages out. Dual mode functionality lets you switch between work and personal emails at a moments notice.
Two home screens lets you choose between work and leisure modes. Choose application short cuts to suite your schedule with message notification on or off. Input Flow. Innovative dual keypad design lets you composes messages seamlessly. Start a message on the front phone pad, then slide the E75 open to reveal a QWERTY keyboard and carry on typing.
As good as it looks, a high gloss black finish encircled with smooth polished stainless steel edging and back. Intelligent indicator lights notify you of messages.
Arrive on time to your destination with Nokia Maps and integrated AGPS, helping you stay one step ahead of your meeting schedule. Media Flow. A large crisp display lets you watch your films in their original wide screen format with smooth uninterrupted playback. MP3 music player and microSDHC expandable memory lets you carry your music and movie collection with you when you want to unwind.
Top customer reviews
My own experiences with the phone are fairly mixed so far.
On the bright side some elements clearly point to the handset being manufactured by a phone centric company - the quality of tone is very good, for instance. In some aspects there is more care and attention lavished onto it than say an iPhone (i.e. alarm tones are very well chosen for a fairly pleasant waking up). It's of a reasonable size and weight, the keyboard is a nice feature (although it does not allow for typing of a speed of a Blackberry or the iPhone), the camera is OK most of the time (not something you want to use outside of good lighting conditions, though), the battery has a fairly good lifetime (about 3 days of average use) and recharges very quickly, it looks to be reasonably sturdy (although the somewhat wobbly keyboard detracts from that impression). It will open office documents, too (but not 2007) and the synchronisation is very straightforward and trouble free. So far for the strengths.
On the other hand there are several problems I found, which make the phone about as annoying as my previous experience with the N95 8GB.
The usability is pretty poor for a start - having been used to never needing a manual or having to look long to find various functions, especially from pre-Symbian Nokias, this phone is a bit painful. Do not get me wrong, after a while of having it you do learn to use it but it is usually neither intuitive, nor straightforward and other handset manufacturers have moved beyond this level.
Putting music onto it is almost as much of a pain as with the N95 and nowhere near as problem free as with the latest offerings from SonyEricsson or the iPhone. Adding music into Ovi at least is trouble free this time around (an improvement) and does not take long. On the other hand getting the music onto the phone becomes a hit and miss affair, with music occasionally simply refusing to copy over, with no real explanation for the failure. A computer restart often helps but it is a tedious way of going about it. At least it no longer converts the music into some super low bitrate before transfering it.
It does not seem to allow downloading Apps to the computer and transfering them from there, either - they seemingly have to come via direct download to the phone (a pain if you do not have unlimited data with your contract or if the computer connection is much faster) but I could be wrong about that.
Finally, and somewhat surprisingly, the reception is relatively poor. Having been used to the iPhone (itself not known for good reception) it came as a shock - in many buildings it is actually quite hard to get a reliable signal.
In essence it seems like Nokia refuses to move with the times and I do not find it surprising that Apple, RIM and some of the Android OS handsets are eroding Nokia's once dominant smartphone share.
The only things that have let it down for me are the camera and the irritating introduction of a slim style USB port.. why do they do this!!!
if you're looking for a great little communicator that can handle email, text and calls with the added function of GPS (which gains a location very very quickly and works great with google maps) then this phone is for you. if the camera is a big deal for you then its probably best to look elsewhere.
A CNET review slated the battery life, which put me off a little at first. so far I haven't had any problems, having left bluetooth on, made and received calls plus texting and emailing with a little bit of sat nav-ing thrown in, the phone made it through the day safely.
I use it to sync with our corporate exchange server and it works a treat except - and here is the first gripe - if you use subfolders with your inbox it doesn't notify you when you get mail in a subfolder - only your main inbox so if you are "organised" and have emails from certain people going automatically into subfolders you have to look in each one to see if you have new mail.
The functions on the phone are comprehensive with media playing, camera, etc all as standard although - gripe 2 - the camera sometimes fails to work and you are left looking at a blank screen.
It also has office functionality built in so you can view, edit and create word and excel documents. The only problem here - final gripe - is that it won't read office 2007 documents and the option on the phone to upgrade the software so that it will doesn't seem to work.
I hope that was useful. I know it seems like I've concentrated on the gripes but I still wouldn't change it for the world. A fantastic phone at a great price.
There is a time to use the slide out keyboard and time not to - if you're writing a reply to a text message - use the front number pad in predictive mode as it's actually quicker with your thumb than using the keyboard. However, when you want to compose a message, go back and change things, add strange words etc. use the slide out keyboard. The slide out keyboard is great; you can quickly find every symbol you need without getting frustrated. It too can be used in predictive mode, but I use it in non-predictive mode for the above reasons.
And to protect your phone, purchase the Original Nokia E75 Suede Case Cover Black. It's a snug fit, the strap pull works effectively, looks great and it protects the phone really well.
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The reviews said it was good, ofcourse that was just after launch.Read more
slightly complex to set up and configure - the menus are not entirely intuitive
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