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Friday, 19 September 2008 13:01

Two E Series Nokias leaked on YouTube

Written by Fudzilla staff

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First Nokia QWERTY slider


A promotional
video for Nokia's business class E Series phones was leaked on YouTube and several mobile magazines picked up the story in no time.

The video shows two new E Series phones with QWERTY keyboards, the E72 slider and the candybar E75. We've seen plenty of Nokia QWERTY phones, but all except the Communicator series were candybar designs. The E72 is the first Finnish QWERTY slider, and the legendary Communicator series is probably going the way of the Dodo.

We still don't have the exact specs for the new E Series products, nor the pricing. However, with the Dream days away from launch, the new Nokias might appear sooner rather than later.

You can find the YouTube video here.
Last modified on Saturday, 20 September 2008 05:09
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