Originally slated for a March release, Nokia's online shop now states that the much anticipated E75 will be available from the end of April. Nokia's online shop is already taking orders for the phone which comes with a price tag of £379. Housing a traditional keypad and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, the handset is geared towards the emailer. Sporting a new email user interface, the E75 offers one-click reply, subfolders, HTML support as well as the ability to open attachments. However, the handset will also support Microsoft Exchange and consumer accounts such as Yahoo! Mail, Google Gmail and Hotmail.
Other features include two customisable home screens (a la the Nokia E71), Nokia Maps with A-GPS navigation, Wi-Fi, FM Radio and 3.2-megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom. It will also be the first E-series handset to come with Nokia's N-Gage gaming service.