Nokia have been showing off some new phones at the MWC. We have already heard the N97 will be released in June. They have also made the E75 official and will be the first Nokia offering to come standard with Nokia Messaging.
The other phones they announced include:
Nokia E55 featuring a “compact QWERTY” keypad and claims it is the world’s thinnest smartphone at 9.9mm. The E55 has aGPS and Nokia Maps support, a claimed 28 days of standby and will go on sale in Western Europe this summer for €265 ($338 USD).
6710 Navigator – A navigation-centric alphanumeric slider with a 5 megapixel camera, Carl Zeiss lens and dual-LED flash. The 6710 Navigator features Nokia Maps with Ovi and comes with the CR-111 car mount in the box for those glorious road trips we’ve all been forced to take at one time or another. €300 ($383 USD) in Q3.
6720 Classic – Essentially the same phone as the 6710 Navigator but in candybar form. Woo! Look for the 6720 Classic to go for €245 ($313 USD) sometime in Q2.