Airmail, cassettes, postcards, telex: Nokia E75 smartphone, their latest Communicator

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Nokia has tipped the mask from the new E75 smartphone, the latest in its Communicator line with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. It'll go for around $500 worldwide. It's typical Nokia: iterative, not innovative, with WCDMA, 3.2-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, and microSD slot.

Nokia also announced the E55, a thin take on the pseudo-QWERTY smartphone a la the BlackBerry Pearl.

Discussion: Technologizer, All About Symbian, Phone Scoop, MobileCrunch, Engadget, Gizmodo

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One Response to Airmail, cassettes, postcards, telex: Nokia E75 smartphone, their latest Communicator

  1. cha0tic says:

    Cool. Maybe the E90 will drop in price second hand. Or maybe my phone Co. will introduce the E75 as a freebie.

    Don’t like the Red though.

    I also don’t get the post title “Airmail, cassettes, postcards, telex” Eh?

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