+ ULTRA HOT: Two New Nokia Eseries Phones In The Works!

19 September 2008

Nokia E72 and E75 Leaked!!!!!
Two New Nokia QWERTY Phones In The Works!

Nokia E75Leaking confidential information is the growing problem.

Most firms don't know how to stop it and Nokia isn’t excluded from this rule!

It is becoming really hard job for Nokia to keep the information about upcoming models hidden from the public before its official release!

Not only that they fail to prevent proto testers from misusing or leaking confidential information out of the factory, they also fail to prevent marketing materials like a promo videos that are not supposed to be available before the product is officially announced.

Anyway, one of our forum members (Dnlcerqueira) has found a shocking video over at YouTube that shows two upcoming Nokia QWERTY phones, Nokia E72 and Nokia E75!! Yes you read it right, Nokia apparently working on two new Eseries phones and both of them look very promising, especially E75 which backs all of the benefits of the S60 platform into side sliding form factor.

Messaging related phones have become all the rage as the texting continues to grow as a preferred way of quick communication, sms, e-mail and messengers are very poplar way of the communication nowadays and Nokia E75 looks like very promising especially considering that it features full QWERTY keyboard packed into compact size body, stylish and sleek side-sliding design which reveals a full QWERTY keyboard making it ideal for email text messaging.


Nokia E75

Nokia E75

Nokia E75

Nokia E75

Nokia E75

Nokia E75


Nokia E75 and E72 video DEMO!!



Nokia E72

Nokia E72

Nokia E72


Nokia E72
Source: Ramalhoblog Author: Apoc


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