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Nokia Messaging represents Espoo's premiere email experience -- so premiere, in fact, that the company eventually plans to charge for it on some of its devices -- and to help makes it just a little bit more awesome than it already is, they've now started adding in instant messaging capability. The

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Usually we see these Nokia knockoffs as Noklas or Mokias, but don't be fooled: there's nothing genuine about this E75. One tug on the side should prove that for you seeing how it doesn't appear to have the real deal's hallmark feature, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Then again, it does have flashing

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Usually we see these Nokia knockoffs as Noklas or Mokias, but don't be fooled: there's nothing genuine about this E75. One tug on the side should prove that for you seeing how it doesn't appear to have the real deal's hallmark feature, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Then again, it does have flashing

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If you're up for a trip to New York or Chicago (both are lovely this time of year), you now have a shot at scoring the North American version of Nokia's landscape QWERTY slider, the E75. Of course, \"scoring\" costs you $529.99 in this case -- and you can only get it in black right now -- but if you

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If you're up for a trip to New York or Chicago (both are lovely this time of year), you now have a shot at scoring the North American version of Nokia's landscape QWERTY slider, the E75. Of course, \"scoring\" costs you $529.99 in this case -- and you can only get it in black right now -- but if you

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It's out, Nokia's E75 S60 QWERTY is now shipping according to a feverish Nokia press release. For Espoo, that leading \"E\" stands for businEss so this slider is all about corporate eMail -- a first handset to ship with Nokia's new eMail user interface -- as well as getting you connected to your pers

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It's out, Nokia's E75 S60 QWERTY is now shipping according to a feverish Nokia press release. For Espoo, that leading \"E\" stands for businEss so this slider is all about corporate eMail -- a first handset to ship with Nokia's new eMail user interface -- as well as getting you connected to your pers

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We're still convinced that the N97 is a more fitting successor to Nokia's Communicator series than the E75, but Espoo says this is your one true heir -- so if you like QWERTY, you like S60, and you know what's good for you, you'll listen up. mail.ru has a killer review of the device (in both red an

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Here she be, up close and personal, Nokia's newly official E75 QWERTY slider. We're still not seeing much of the 9000 series heritage Nokia mentioned in its presser, but it's one sexy wide-QWERTY phone, any way you slice it. There's video after the break!%Gallery-44831%

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Nokia's second phone of its MWC presentation is the E75, a full QWERTY side-slider that we've seen more than a few times in the past few months. It's the first phone to come equipped with Nokia Messaging built-in. It ships next month for 375 euros, and if you're eager, pre-orders are being accepted

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We have the FCC to thank for many, many leaks, but it would appear from the pics of the inner workings of the Nokia E75 at CellularCafe, Brazil may well have an equivalent. Some regulatory authority in Brazil is apparently putting the E75 through the paces, and was kind enough to share some pics al

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We've been seeing the Nokia E75's face around for so long now that none of this is bound to be shocking. Still, the QWERTY slider's been formally outed by our trusty, leaky friends over at Expansys, confirming all we knew to be true about the device. Yep, it's got a 2.4-inch, 320 x 240 QVGA display

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We've been seeing the Nokia E75's face around for so long now that none of this is bound to be shocking. Still, the QWERTY slider's been formally outed by our trusty, leaky friends over at Expansys, confirming all we knew to be true about the device. Yep, it's got a 2.4-inch, 320 x 240 QVGA display

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We can't say for sure why Nokia's still-not-official E75 is camped out in Vietnam, but it is. It definitely is. Unlike the Mr. Blurrycam shots we've grown (sadly) accustomed to dealing with, the smattering of shots hosted up in the read link are clear as day. We're also told it was seen sporting a

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Well it's about time we get a few more decent shots of Nokia's QWERTZ E75 slider. Of course, these pictures only stand to worsen our already worried -- or poor? -- opinion of what looks to be a fairly painfully setup keyboard. Sure, the keys may look dead flat with very little space between them, w

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In the \"form factors Nokia hasn't fully explored, but probably should\" bucket, side-sliding QWERTY candybars ranks pretty dang high on the list, so we're delighted to see that -- as far as we can tell, anyway -- Espoo's still hard at work banging out the details of its E75. We're told to expect WiF

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In the \"form factors Nokia hasn't fully explored, but probably should\" bucket, side-sliding QWERTY candybars ranks pretty dang high on the list, so we're delighted to see that -- as far as we can tell, anyway -- Espoo's still hard at work banging out the details of its E75. We're told to expect WiF

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