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E75 detailed

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Online retailer Expansys has published the specifications of Nokia’s upcoming E75 handset.

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Nokia's E75: lands next month

The phone has a 320 x 240 display and is based on the S60 platform. It supports just about every connection type you could hope for, including 3.6Mb/s HSDPA 3G, quad-band GSM and Wi-Fi. There's Assisted GPS too.

A 3.2Mp camera’s been slotted into the talker and it’s capable of snapping videos at up to 30f/s. Audio’s catered for too, with all the usual phone formats supported.

A slot for Micro SD cards has been integrated into the phone, but files can also be moved around using the micro USB connection or Bluetooth 2.0.

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Slide-out Qwerty keyboard too

Other notable features include a slide-out Qwerty thumbpad, a text-to-speech reader and support for the likes of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Expansys plans to start selling the Nokia E75 online on 13 March, priced at £390 ($577/€445). ®

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