Mobile phone maker Nokia on Wednesday launched the new addition to its E-series range, Nokia E75.
The latest model offers Nokia Messaging Service, which will allow users to send e-mails while on the move.
The Nokia E75 boasts of full desktop e-mail functionality along with both standard keypad and qwerty keypad (designed for mobile desktops) to give an ease-of-use experience to the customer, the company said in a statement.
Priced at Rs 26,299, the phone will support all features of messaging services - an array of third party e-mail solutions like - Gmail, Yahoo, Rediffmail and Sify among others.
"Business mobility is now a necessity. We plan to partner with telecom operators to provide this phone to the end consumers," Nokia India marketing director Vineet Taneja said.
The phone supports high standard multimedia experience with 3.2 megapixel camera, autofocus, flash and comes integrated with a music player, media player, FM and internet radio, the company said.