Nokia E75 and E55 mobile phones – which style of QWERTY keyboard would you like?

Nokia unveiled two new additions to its Eseries range, the full QWERTY Nokia E75 (pictured above) and the compact QWERTY Nokia E55 (below), which are the first to ship with the company’s new email user interface.

Nokia-E55-wh-front.jpgBoth 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.

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.

With the benefits of a compact QWERTY keyboard, as well as one click access to the most commonly used programs, reading, managing and responding to emails is quick and efficient. Another standout feature is the extensive battery life, with the Nokia E55 providing up to 28 days of standby time.

Added to the Nokia Messaging service, both devices come with full Nokia Maps and assisted GPS with integrated 3-month license for turn-by-turn navigation, and a great gaming experience with N-Gage on board. With Ovi Files, also included on the Nokia E75 and Nokia E55, important files stored on a PC can be remotely managed and shared, even when your PC is switched off.


The Nokia E75 is expected to ship in March while the Nokia E55 is expected to ship during the second quarter 2009. Pricing and carriers to be announced closer to the launch date.