Nokia has unveiled two new handsets – the Nokia E75 and the Nokia E55 – which will be the first to feature the telecoms company’s new e-mail user interface.
Both phones were designed in-house by Nokia.
The Nokia E75, which will cost €375 (£335), is set to go on sale next month, with the Nokia E55, priced at €265 (£237), set to follow in the second quarter.
Kai Oistamo, executive vice-president at Nokia, says, ‘When we launched the Nokia E71 last year, we really set a new standard for just how compact a full Qwerty device could be. We have continued on this theme and have come back with the world’s most compact messaging device.’
The company has also unveiled the Nokia 6710 Navigator, which features a GPS device.
In addition, it has announced plans for the Ovi Store – a content and application store that will open in May and offer content adapted to a person’s social connections and physical location.
Meanwhile, at the GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Nokia also announced a $10m (£7m) tie-up with Adobe – the Open Screen Project fund – to help developers create applications for mobile, desktop and consumer electronic devices using Adobe Flash Platform.