After the Navigator series, it was the time of the Eseries. This is where lay perhaps the biggest stash of fireworks to be displayed. Nokia launched two new Eseries phones. The first one being the E75. Now this device was leaked quite some time back, so there weren’t too many surprises for its launch, but it was a moment everyone was waiting for with bated breath.

nokia-e75_black_05a-300x299The Nokia E75 is a side slider with a full QWERTY keypad (remember the HTC S740, same form factor) with a 2.4″ QVGA screen with 16.7 million colours. This is the first Eseries device to support N-Gage gaming.

nokia-e75_red_03b-300x299The E75 will have a reported 11 days standyby time and 5.4 hours of talk time on a single battery charge. the 1000mAH Lithium Polymer(BL-4U) battery will not only make the E75 lighter but also better. Camera is a almost standard 3.2 Megapixel with autofocus allowing VGA vidoe recording. HSDPA is standard in this new Eseries beauty (111.8mm X 50mm X 14.4mm). The E75 will come with Nokia Messaging – mail and IM client out of the box. It is scheduled to ship next month at a price of 375 euros (approx $ 475, Indian Rs 23,000).

Oh and just in case you have fallen for the E75, you can preorder it. Just click and if you are from one of the countries mentioned there, you can preorder it.

nokia-e55_black_f-133x300Next up was the ace in Nokia new line-up of phones, the E55. This was one device that nobody expected or even had the slightest idea of. The E55 easily overshadowed all its brethren from the different categories. The E55 is the thinnest S60 phone ever! At just 9.9mm it’s setting a benchmark for the slimmest smartphone.


nokia-e55_white_so-300x43And it that was not enough for you, this device features a half QWERTY ala BlackBerry Pearl. The E55 will run the S60 V3 with FP2. It will sport a 3.2 Megapixel camera. The Nokia E55 also includes a predictive engine that will be able to suggest word completions, error completions and automatically learn new words. It will also boasts full access to Email, Calendar and Contacts with direct access to Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Notes. Sound quality is also enhanced over previous Eseries devices with new noise cancellation technology.

nokia-e55_white_ftq-130x300 If all that wasn’t enough to make you want it, then may be this will, the Nokia E55 offers almost one month of standby time (28 days to be precise) with a 1500mAH BP-4L battery. The Nokia E55 will also have N-Gage platform available to it. This means that you can shoot those zombies, while preparing that important client presentation in office!

The E55 will also offer A-GPS, which means Ovi Maps will be there in it. It is expected to be available in Q2 2009 for a price of 265 Euros (approx $335, Indian Rs 16,500) unsubsidized.