Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Nokia E75. A closer look

The form factor of this little gem is astonishing, yet, it appears many people are not aware of this Nokia's recent member of the E-series family.

Key features

* 369 MHz ARM11 CPU
* Symbian OS with S60 3.2 UI
* 2.4" 16M-color TFT display of QVGA resolution
* Four-row side-slide QWERTY keyboard
* Quad-band GSM and tri-band 3G (with HSDPA) support
* 3.5mm standard audio jack
* microSD card slot, 4GB microSD card prebundled, expandable to 16GB
* 3.2 megapixel auto focus camera with a dedicated shutter key, geotagging and VGA@30fps
video recording
* Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g with UPnP technology
* Built-in GPS receiver and Nokia Maps with 3 months of free voice-assisted navigation
* USB and stereo Bluetooth (A2DP) connectivity
* Steel battery cover
* FM radio with RDS
* Remote Wipe functionality
* Carrier-independent VoIP support
* Office document editor
* User-friendly Mode Switch for toggling two homescreen setups
* Smart dialing
* Accelerometer
* Talking theme


Hoping the people at Nokia design labs would come accross this list, we hereby request that:

1. The number pad on the front panel is done away with, leaving just the D-Pad and the system keys thereby giving room for a wider screen.

2.The screen should be replaced with a touch screen to enable dialling and other functions without sliding out the QWERTY keypad.

3. Though the battery cover is metal the plastic frame should be replaced with a metal one.

4. Nokia, please replace the LED flash on this phone with a Xenon flash and a 5MP camera.

5. We need a dedicated power button just like in the E71

A full review is available here

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