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The Nokia E55 sports Nokia's version of the BlackBerry SureType keyboard. Here it is in black.
You also can get the E55 in white. It wouldn't be our pick.
The Nokia E55 isn't much bigger than many candy bar phones.
The E55's 3.2-megapixel camera lens rests on its rear face.
The E75, pictured here in red, looks like a normal candy bar phone at first glance.
But tip it on its side to expose the full QWERTY keyboard. On the display is the e-mail client interface.
Even with its keyboard tE75 fits comfortably in the hand.
The E75 also comes in a copper yellow hue.
The silver black is tad dull but in contrasts nicely with the vibrant display.
On the E75's rear side you'll find the camera lens, flash and self-portrait mirror.