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More photos of Nokia's E75 smartphone surface

updated 04:25 pm EST, Fri January 23, 2009

More E75 photos surface

The previously leaked Nokia E75 is in the spotlight once again, this time with more high-quality photos. While nothing about the phone is yet official, its main specs are all but confirmed, and include a 2.4-inch screen that hides a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. The photos reveal that, as previously believed, there is indeed a microSDHC card slot, along with a 3.2-megapixel camera integrated into the mirrored metallic backside.

Believed to be related to the candybar Nokia E71 handset, the E75 is expected to share that handset's Wi-Fi support, along with Bluetooth 2.0 and 3G data network access. There is no still no indication of a release date or pricing information for the E75; however, the upcoming Mobile World Congress in Spain is Nokia's next major opportunity to officially announce the device. [via DailyMobile]










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  1. docmoc

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    A real snoozer

    Yawnnnnn,,,,,,

  1. midtoad

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    qwertz?

    With a QWERTZ keyboard rather than QWERTY, this device does not seem to be destined for english-speaking countries.

  1. midtoad

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    qwertz?

    With a QWERTZ keyboard rather than QWERTY, this device does not seem to be destined for english-speaking countries.

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