Now-a-days the cell phone has all the functions which we used to do usually on a computer. There are a number of mobiles which delivers enormous number of functions. The tasks which we were able to accomplish only on computers now can be done on mobile phones be it checking mails or enter the Web and read the breaking news. Whether you are a high-tech buff, a fashion freak or a business person those mobile phones attract everyone.
Today we would like to review the new “E75″. This is one of the latest business series add-ons from the Finnish Manufacturer and was officially announced at the MWC 2009. The manufacturers proclaim that the phone is the best messaging device they have ever made and has been heavily influenced by the experience they gained from their Communicator series. The phone has a side slide, full-fledged QWERTY keyboard, Wi-Fi, A-GPS, HSDPA and 3.2 megapixel LED flash camera that offers Macro shooting mode.
In the box you can find Nokia E75, 4GB microSD card, a charger, stereo headset, microUSB cable, user manual, quick start guide and an ad leaflets.
When you first look at the Nokia E75 it looks like a successor to the Nokia E51 because it gives you the impression that it does not open and sports the same metal edging and back cover. But as we all know the famous saying that the looks can be deceiving. The Nokia E75 comes in silver black, red and copper-yellow colors. If you look at the dimensions of the phone then it is quite slender 14.4mm when you compare it with the other devices with the similar design and weighs around 139 gms.
Nokia E75 features a 2.4 inch display with 240×320 pixel resolution and 16 million colors. Talking about colors it is worth mentioning that the Nokia E75 delivers a good image quality with saturated colors. It might get worn out in the sunlight but you can still read. Right above the display you can see the earpiece, video call camera and the light sensor. The navigation keys aren’t easily visible which might get annoying at the start but the user will get used to it quickly as all buttons are clearly felt. The keypad is simply perfect as all buttons are large enough and pressing them is fairly easy. On either sides you can see the microUSB and microSDHC card slots both covered with a secure rubber flaps, the volume keys, voice recognition button and camera shutter. You can also find a 3.5mm jack on the top side which is a nice extra feature.
When you try to open the QWERTY keyboard it feels fairly easy to push open the sliding mechanism is simply awesome. The buttons are finely aligned and arranged in four rows. The keys are large enough for the people with thicker fingers. Very soon you will get used to the keys as pressing those feels clearly discernible. There is a metal part which runs along the middle part of the keyboard and ends just above the space button. The keys are very impressive and the best we have ever come across.
The Nokia E75 is certainly the best messaging phone Nokia has ever manufactured and it is thinner than any other sliding phone and features the best QWERTY keyboard. Additionally, the new Nokia messaging app makes your life easier in terms of email correspondence, giving you speed, comfort and ease of use. Unfortunately you may have to compromise with the in-call quality as we expected it to be far more from a high range phone. But the voice of people when using the headset was barely audible and sometimes muted whereas the person on the other end could hear loud and clear and claimed the sound to be very realistic though it was getting a bit sharp at times. The built-in loudspeaker is also not loud enough and near to impractical. The battery is supposed to provide 5 hours of talk time or 280 hours of continuous standby, but to our surprise the battery lasted for two days. But we have to admit that it [E75] comes with quite a price tag when compared to the other devices.