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The Nokia E75 provides an easy three-step process for instant e-mail set-up and supports up to 16 e-mail accounts.
Looking for a phone that enables business-specific computing on the move? The newly launched Nokia E75 is the first handset to come packed with the Nokia Messaging Service (push e-mail).
The E75 provides an easy three-step process for instant e-mail set-up and supports up to 16 e-mail accounts.
It boasts of complete desktop e-mail functionality with both a standard keypad as well as a slide out QWERTY keypad. The E75 also has a UI (user interface) that offers two customisable home screen modes for business as well as personal use. The Nokia Messaging Service supports an array of third party e-mail solutions, namely Gmail, Yahoo, Rediffmail, Sify, Indiatimes, Net4, Hotmail and In.com, besides others.
Among other features, the device includes Wi-Fi, GPS (global positioning system), stereo Bluetooth, USB, a 3.5 mega-pixel auto-focus camera, and stereo FM. The handset is available for Rs 26,299 with an 8 GB memory card.