Nokia brand is really hot in Indonesia, especially its E series mobile phone targeted for business consumers. The E series are known as replacement of old 9000 communicators, and we have E71 and E63 currently in Indonesia market.
And now get ready for the launch of Nokia E75, set as next generation of E71. Designed with side-sliding to reveal its QWERTY keyboard, typing sms and email will be very quick and fun.
Nokia E75 Review
As told in its model number, this mobile phone is equipped with latest Nokia Messaging, with HTML-formated email support. One can also categorize email by date, sender, and file size. Yup, for email lover (push-email or pull pop3 email), this gadget is cool huh?.
Besides email function, Nokia E75 also comes with built-in GPS and a-GPS, Nokia Maps 3.0 (licensed for 3 months), and -this is fun- N-Gage gaming support.
- GSM and HSDPA
- 139 grams weight
- TFT 16Million colors
- 3.2 MPix autofocus camera
- ARM 369MHz Processor
- Symbian OS S60 rel. 3.2
- Java MIDP
- GPS built-in and a-GPS
- FM Radio
- Music Player
- Full QWERTY keyboard
- 3.5mm audio jack
- microSD slot
Complete, isn’t it?
Nokia E55 Review
But if you don’t like sliding thing (afraid of its problem), we have also another option: Nokia E55.
Same features, but lighter, and no-sliding. Half QWERTY keyboard is compromised by creating a button for 2 letters, just like Sony Ericsson M600i. Just press a bit left or right to have respective letter pressed.
One more thing is about operating system support. As you know that Nokia has already had Nokia PC Suite come with every middle to high end phones. This makes sure that this mobile phone is able to syncronize contacts and calendar with Windows programs such as Lotus Notes or Microsoft Outlook under Microsoft Windows XP Operating System.
Speaking about Nokia E75 and E55 driver and software, to support Mac OS X communities, E75 abd E55 has iSync compatibility and don’t forget about Nokia Media Transfer v1.3. You have the possibility to sync your bookmarks with Apple Safari, add photo’s to iPhoto and sync with iTunes playlist. To read and learn more about Nokia Media Transfer for OS X Leopard 10.5 or 10.4, refer to Nokia site.
Oh just FYI, all Nokia E series such as Nokia E61, E71, E63 and E90, and N series like N90, N91, N92, N73, including XPressMusic Series, they all support Mac OS X iSync. Great isn’t it?