The new slide-out Qwerty keyboard E75 from the Nokia E-Series has now been launched on a second network in the UK, following on from its initially release on Orange contract deals this new business orientated device can now be connected to a range of O2 tariffs opening up far more package options.
The Nokia E75 on O2 will appeal to anyone who needs to input text fast, whether that be in email or SMS form the E75 makes this easy with its hidden keyboard, this second network launch means there are now almost double the number of pay monthly tariifs to choose from making it easier to match your usage requirements, there are further planned network releases over the coming weeks with a SIM free launch due very soon.
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Manage your business and personal life with the Nokia E75. The E75 features a slide out full QWERTY keyboard making email on the move easy. With push email, you can send and receive emails directly on your E75. Plus, with HSDPA connectivity and Wi-Fi and a crystal clear 2.4 inch display, the E75 is perfect for web browsing. The Nokia E75 also includes a built in GPS receiver with Nokia maps pre-installed, a 3.2 Megapixel camera with Autofocus and a music player with expandable memory.
With Instant email access on the Nokia E75 you can keep up to date with all your important messages even when you are away from your PC. Once you’ve followed the simple set up procedure you will be able to access your email on your handset as easily as you do in the office or at home.
HSDPA on the Nokia E75 offers a similar benefit to a 3G network that GPRS offered to the GSM networks. It offers a higher speed data transfer with a compatible handset. HSDPA is commonly known as Mobile Broadband.
With Wi-Fi you can use your Nokia E75 phone to connect to a local wireless network (W-LAN) to connect to the internet. This offers a cheap (sometimes free) method of connecting to the net to download emails, files, or check on your favourite website.
With a built in Web Browser you can access internet sites directly from your mobile phone. Check the latest scores, look up train times, get a weather report, or find the answer to the question in the pub quiz. With the inbuilt web browser you have the power of the internet with you, wherever you are.
With a QWERTY keypad, writing a message on a phone keypad has never been easier. Within minutes you can type out a full email, send a text message to friends or communicate via IM
Symbian Operating System
The E75 is a powerful smartphone running on the Symbian Series 60 platform. This means you can download and install 3rd party applications such as navigation tools, picture editing software and games as well as customise the phone by adding shortcuts and changing application locations just as you would on your home PC or Laptop!
With GPS you can use the phone to locate your position, plan your journey, check for problems, and as a general Sat Nav device, when used in conjunction with compatible mapping software.
A-GPS is a network service that can locate your position to within 100 metres by using a clever technique called triangulation. By sending a signal to three cell masts, A-GPS will work out your location by the location of the cells and your distance from them. When combined with a GPS enabled phone, the addition of A-GPS enables a faster GPS satellite lock.
3.2 Megapixel Camera
With a built in 3.2 megapixel camera with auto focus, the Nokia E75 takes quality pictures that you will want to share with your friends. Store them in your phone, email them to friends or upload them to your blog.
With a built in music player, you can carry your tunes with you, in your pocket, and listen to them when you want. Most digital formats are recognised on the phone, including MP3 and AAC.
Bluetooth 2.0 is the next generation of Bluetooth connectivity. With Bluetooth 2.0 one of the biggest advantages is the possibility of listening to music with a compatible wireless headset in stereo. Less wires, less mess, more noise.
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