At first, our instinct is to go for the QWERTY phone, but after playing with the E55 (E55 specs here), we found it to be admittedly a more attractive phone than its sibling the E75. Why? Form factor: the phone is thin and very light despite having brains and a solid construction. The extended numeric pad is definitely not my favorite and we’re now dreaming of an E55 with a full QWERTY keyboard. Nokia told us that they’ve heard that many times. Sure, there’s the E71, but the E55 seems a lot lighter and it probably costs less too!
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