Excerpt: The Nokia E75 is a compact business phone with neat metallic details on the casing and a slide out Qwerty keypad. We think the E75 is one of the most impressive looking E-series handsets to date. What we like The E75's full Qwerty keypad could have been bigger but it works well and you can always switch to the standard keypad if you get annoyed with it.
Summary: The Nokia E75 is a nice alternative to the current crop of slate QWERTY messaging smartphones, offering a compact design without sacrificing the keyboard or e-mail capabilities. However, without carrier backing, the unlocked phone is a bit expensive.
Pros: The Nokia E75 offers a compact design while managing to fit in a full QWERTY keyboard. The smartphone ships with Nokia's new messaging client, which features push delivery for all accounts. Other highlights include 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and a 3.2-megapixel camera.
Cons: The E75 is expensive. Call quality wasn't the best, and the dialpad on front is cramped.
Excerpt: The Nokia E75 is one of the younger members of a long line of E-Series business oriented phones from Nokia targeting enterprise users. Does the Nokia E75 live up to the same kind of excitement that has been generated over the years by the Nokia E-Series...
Excerpt: Nokia’s E-Series of business class handsets has always been a fore-runner when it comes to this particular segment. The company has made sure that their handsets are more than adequately loaded with goodies for both work and play. I won’t mind admitting that the E71 impressed me quite a lot with regard to functionality and I was quite eager to get my hands on the latest in the range of the E75 and see what the improvements in the system were, from OS and UI to the...
Summary: I t may be clear; we liked the Nokia E75 a lot. Although we did see some issues that could be improved compared to its predecessor. After all, you don’t expect to lose out when you purchase a new phone. For example; the battery capacity which is significantly better on the E71. The fact the slide-out keyboard still partially depends on the numeric keyboard does not win any beauty contest. A nicer solution should be found for this.
The latest Nokia E Series smartphone has dual keyboards and is the first mobile phone to come bundled with Nokia Messaging
Good Gear Guide.au
10 February 2010
Summary: Nokia's E75 builds on the style of previous E Series smartphones, and its QWERTY keyboard is excellent. If you're looking for a smartphone packed full of features that has a smart design, then the Nokia E75 will definitely impress.