Nokia Releases New Set of Mobiles

The 6720 Classic, 6710 Navigator, E55 and E75 all join the already big Nokia family. Our money is on the E75 to steal a few pockets when it arrives down under

Nokia E75 (3): Nokia

Nokia today announced multiple additions to their handset lineup. Joining the team are the 6720 Classic, the 6710 Navigator, the E55 and the E75. They all share a familiar candy bar type design but the E75 takes it one step further with a rather swish looking pull out keyboard. Check out the image gallery to see the best pictures of the collection.

Rather than rehash the press release, we're just going to give you the best bits and so you can get the goss straight away and we can work on uploading some other cool stories.

From the Nokia E55/75 Press Release

Nokia unveiled two new additions to its Eseries range, the full QWERTY Nokia E75 and the compact QWERTY Nokia E55, which are the first to ship with the company’s new email user interface to offer a richer messaging experience. Both devices also come standard with Nokia Messaging that, when added to the company’s corporate email clients, gives people the most efficient solution for accessing consumer and corporate email on the go. Both devices are launched at Showcase Nokia 2009 today, held in conjunction with Mobile World Congress 2009 in Barcelona.

In today’s climate, the costs and benefits of technology are under closer scrutiny and email is an essential driver of efficiency and productivity. “Efficiency is about doing more with less and focusing on what’s truly essential,” says Chris Carr, Vice President, Southeast Asia Pacific, Nokia. “With direct access to Microsoft Exchange and IBM Lotus Notes, companies can potentially save up to a third of their operating costs as there’s no need for middleware or additional servers.”

With the latest Eseries devices, people will no longer need to boot up a PC to get a full desktop email experience. The enhanced email UI includes folder and HTML email support, expandable views and sorting capability by date, sender and size, as well as the most commonly used email functions just a single click away. On top of email, the devices also offer improved calendar capability, as well as contacts and task management.

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Definitely the mobile for the business person! All that needs to be seen now is a price tag. Generally, this is where smart phones fall down as the starting price is usually $600+.

However, Nokia have been very competitive lately so perhaps this could be one of those phones that would go for $400-500 outright.

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