When it comes to features, the Nokia E75 maintains a respectable standing. I will start off by mentioning that the Nokia E75 comes with remote lock. This feature helps protect the user's data in the event that the phone is lost or stolen. It works by allowing the user to send a coded text Message through SMS and it will remotely lock the smartphone. Now if the thief attempts to unlock the phone and fails after three attempts, the Nokia E75 will automatically wipe itself clean of all sensitive data that was saved on the phone. This feature is also called remote wipe functionality.
As with other Nokia E-Series phones, the Nokia E75 comes able to read and edit office documents including MS Word, MS Excel and Powerpoint. It will also read PDF documents.
The Noka E75 comes with a built in A-GPS receiver and that means Ovi Maps comes preinstalled on the phone and with the Ovi Maps upgrade to version .3.03 the users are able to access the GPS enabled turn-by-turn navigation features all over the world for free. With the A-GPS receiver on board this means that there is a digital compass that can be used while navigating.
The phone features two cameras. One for video conferencing and the other is the primary camera that comes with an LED flash and self portrait mirror.
This phone is able to record voice memos with great quality sound. With a WMV/RV/MP4/3GP video player, a MP3/WMA/WAV/RA/AAC/M4A music player and a stereo FM radio, it is so easy to keep entertained with this phone. Still on entertainment, the Nokia E75 comes with the N-gage handheld game system installed. This includes the privilege of enjoying downloaded games.
The phone comes with an ARM 11 369 MHz processor, 85MB in built memory and is capable of addressing a 16GB microSD memory card. The internal memory doesn't make sense to me, for there is no reason as to why they would actually cut down on internal memory. Despite that drawback, the phone comes with a 4GB memory card right out of the box and with that you soon forget about the reduced internal memory.
As far as connectivity goes the Nokia E75 is capable of GPRS Class 32, 100 kbps; EDGE Class 32, 296 kbps; 3G HSDPA, 3.6 Mbps and HSUPA 2 Mbps; WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g and Nokia VoIP 3.0. Also included is Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP and USB v2.0 as microUSB.
Another great feature of this phone is the the 3.5mm standard audio jack. What does this mean? Well you get great sound quality out of it because you can plug in high quality headphones such as those provided by Bose.
With a 3.2MP autofocus camera under the hood, the Nokia E75's camera is not anything to write home about, just the same way the native web browser is okay but not all that great. As for the browser, it really is not a problem to worry about too much as one can easily download Opera Mobile, a more feature rich web browser. It is also note worthy that one can download and install a host of free apps for Nokia phones.
This is a great phone to use in terms of features, with the larger full QWERTY keyboard, slightly larger screen and great set of default applications. This is a phone that is worth getting.