Excerpt: Nokia E75 is one of the last terminals launched by Nokia in the E smartphone series. What makes this phone come out from the crowd of devices manufactured by the Finnish company is the sliding QWERTY keyboard that makes me think of instant text messages and emails.
A solid choice for a slim, qwerty phone that does the job
Andy H., Amazon
14 February 2012
Summary: * Written in 2009 after purchasing through Amazon * My first mobile phone in 1998 was a Nokia, and I've hardly looked elsewhere since (except a BIG mistake trying out MetroPCS with an awful touchscreen Samsung!) Nokia phones have always been reliable, putting form with function nicely, and seeming to meet consumers' needs without going over-the-top with unnecessary whistles and bells.
Best phone I've ever owned... but not a replacement for the 9300
hepresearch, Phone Scoop
18 June 2011
Excerpt: I have had the Nokia E75 since the beginning of August 2010. This is probably the best phone I have ever owned, for features and functionality. I must say that I enjoy Active Standby (which was not present on my N75) on the homescreen, and the ability to have seperate homescreens for personal and work profiles. This phone is good for voice quality and messaging capabilities as well, and even has a forward facing camera for video calls. Pros...
Summary: Overall this is a decent phone, a great texter, but a bad smartphone thanks to the OS. But if youre looking for the pinnacle of quality, look elsewhere. It has all of the features you could want and has a fantastic keyboard, but the crappy OS, mediocre battery life, and lack of apps is depressing. Nokia is improving their apps and app store immensely, but mostly for touch-screen phones only, which this one is not. The battery life is not terribly good either.
Pros: Great features, camera, keyboard, sturdy, customization, 3.5mm audio jack
Cons: Software/Operating System, battery life, apps, OS again, dust under screen, buggy