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The Nokia E75 is in the house!

Mobile Industry Review is among a small (but exclusive) group of bloggers to recieve a new E75 to test today!  In fact we’ve got two – Ben Smith and Jonathan Jensen will be reporting in on the devices.  What would you like to know about this new form factor from Nokia?  Put your questions in the comments below.

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By Ben Smith

Ben is an expert on enterprise mobility and wireless data products. He has been a regular contributor to Mobile Industry Review since 2007 and is also editor of Wireless Worker.

20 replies on “The Nokia E75 is in the house!”

Quickly. Ironically because of practice the E71 / E63 is probably still a bit quicker for me, but for people used to laptop keyboards it's going to be excellent and the build quality is just… Wow.

I’m interested to know: typing on the E75’s QWERTY horizontally with the slide open (which is, I suppose, the ONLY way to use the QWERTY!!), is it difficult to reach the D-pad/Navi-Key. I’ve got small hands & wonder whether it’s a bit of an uncomfortable stretch for my thumb?!

mine will be here tomorrow (was going to be today but i replied with the postal address too late). Cant wait!!!

mine will be here tomorrow (was going to be today but i replied with the postal address too late). Cant wait!!!

How many times does it ask which access point you want to use in 10 minutes of browsing?
How many clicks before you can actually start typing an SMS/email to a specific contact?
Does it receive imap emails instantly or just check the server every x minutes?
If you punch 46277, does it ask if you want to use your GMaps shortcut?
Can the E75's IM client cope with GTalk contacts?

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