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Nokia E75 starts shipping

updated 07:10 am EDT, Mon April 6, 2009

Nokia E75 Shipping

Nokia on Monday morning said it had started shipping the E75. As touched on with our hands-on from last week, the phone is effectively a slider version of the E71 and includes a lateral QWERTY keyboard and an accompanying landscape mode for the display. It also gets a refined messaging client that simplifies e-mail setup and unifies those with SMS and other messages. The 3.2-megapixel camera, 3G over HSPA, GPS and Wi-Fi all translate from the E75's fixed-design predecessor.

No carriers are specifically named for the E75, though it should cost 375 Euros (now $507) in its native continent before any carrier discounts or taxes. Nokia has also readied a North American version with native 3G from the outset and so is likely to have both an unlocked, full-price model as well as a discounted version at either AT&T, Rogers, or both.



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