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Nokia announces two smartphones geared for mobile email


Nokia has taken the next step in its mobile email solutions by announcing an update to its line of E-series phones, the E75 and E55. Both smartphones feature the new mobile email interface Nokia Messaging, which allows the user to access both business and personal email whilst on the move.

The E75 contains all the smartphone features of the S60, but also offers a mobile email interface that is more akin to a PC than a smartphone: it has a simple set-up process and a QWERTY keyboard.

The E55, by contrast, is one of the smallest devices ever launched in the smartphone market. It has a compact QWERTY keyboard which uses a predictive text engine that automatically learns new words, and suggests word completions and error corrections.

The E75 and the E55 are both equipped with WiFi, HSDPA and EGPRS connectivity to ensure a full mobile email service. A number of multimedia features are also present in both smartphones, such as 3.5mm audio jacks, 3.2-megapixel cameras and 2.4in QVGA screens.

The Nokia E75 is expected to be available locally at the end of the first quarter and the E55 is due in the second quarter of 2009.


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