It’s been a few months since we first saw the Nokia N75, complete with its slide-out QWERTY keyboard, but now the latest unannounced Nseries smartphone is back in some higher-resolution pictures. Full spec details on the E75 are still scarce, but it’s believed to have 3G, WiFi and a 3.2-megapixel camera.
More high-quality pictures of the Nokia N75 after the cut
The display measures 2.4-inches and is non-touchscreen, and it looks to be flanked by what could be proximity and/or light sensors. Since there’s no touchscreen to shut off (as the iPhone does to save your cheek making accidental button-presses), the former could be used to activate the display if the N75 is taken away from the face mid-call, such as to check a calendar entry or contact.
No word on availability, but with Mobile World Congress fast approaching it’s entirely possible that Nokia could debut the N75 there. SlashGear will of course be attending the show, so we’ll bring you all the announcements.
[via Unwired View]