Handset major, Nokia announced the introduction of its E75 model in the Indian market, which is mainly positioned around its mobile email functionality. The model is priced at Rs 26,299.
It has full desktop e-mail functionality along with both standard keypad and qwerty keypad to ensure ease-of-use experience to users, said Nokia. It also supports third party email services like Gmail, Yahoo, Rediff.
"Business mobility is now a necessity. We plan to partner with telecom operators to provide this phone to the end consumers," said Nokia India marketing director Vineet Taneja.