Nokia E55

The Nokia E55 sports Nokia's version of the BlackBerry SureType keyboard. Here it is in black.
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Nokia E55

You also can get the E55 in white. It wouldn't be our pick.
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Nokia E55

The Nokia E55 isn't much bigger than many candy bar phones.
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Nokia E55

The E55's 3.2-megapixel camera lens rests on its rear face.
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Nokia E75

The E75, pictured here in red, looks like a normal candy bar phone at first glance.
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Nokia E75

But tip it on its side to expose the full QWERTY keyboard. On the display is the e-mail client interface.
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Nokia E75

Even with its keyboard tE75 fits comfortably in the hand.
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Nokia E75

The E75 also comes in a copper yellow hue.
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Nokia E75

The silver black is tad dull but in contrasts nicely with the vibrant display.
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Nokia E75

On the E75's rear side you'll find the camera lens, flash and self-portrait mirror.
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