Nokia has unveiled the latest in its Eseries of smartphones targeted at push-email business users in the UK.
Nokia said that the complete integration of its email and messaging services would allow for an efficient three-step email setup. The E75 has also been configured to offer access to both corporate and consumer email accounts, including Yahoo Mail, Gmail, Hotmail, Mail for Exchange and Lotus Notes Traveller.
The SIM-free model is available now from Nokia retail outlets and online stores in the UK for £379.
Unlike other E-series handsets, the E75 features a slide-out Qwerty keyboard and two customisable home screen views offering business and personal user interfaces.
The handset also offers integration with Nokia's web-based Ovi services, including Ovi Files for storing and accessing files and documents on a PC even when it is offline.
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