The much-rumoured E75 has finally landed. It's one of the first devices to ship with Nokia's new email interface, which has full HTML, expandable views, and all the trappings of a desktop email experience - sorting capability by date, sender and size, calendar app, and contacts/task management.
"With the Nokia E75, we took a lot of inspiration from the Nokia 9300, which was our first mini-communicator," says Kai Oistamo, executive vice-president at Nokia.
The E75 is the follow-on to last year's awesome E71, with a compact full QWERTY, Nokia Messaging, A-GPS, Nokia Maps. Additionally, it rocks N-Gage for gaming and remote file management software Ovi Files.
The E55 is tipped as the world's most compact messaging also with a full QWERTY, Nokia Maps, A-GPS, N-Gage and Ovi Files. It's also got a killer battery life at 28 days on standby. Both phones have direct access to Microsoft Exchange and IBM Lotus Notes.
The Nokia E75 will ship in March for around £390, and the Nokia E55 in Q2 for around £240.