Nokia unveils E72 smartphone

Successor to popular E71 coming in Q3

Nokia's E72 smartphone

Nokia's E72 smartphone

Nokia has unveiled the E72 - the successor to its popular E71 smartphone.

The E72 smartphone comes with onboard email clients for Exchange and IBM Lotus Notes Traveler, just like the E75 which was made available in Australia in May this year, as well as apps that provide users with one-touch access to webmail services including Gmail and Hotmail.

The E72 also comes with a full QWERTY keyboard, a 5-megapixel camera (upgraded from the E71's 3.2Mp camera), a 3.5mm audio jack and support for instant messaging services including Yahoo Messenger and Nokia's Ovi Store.

Users will also benefit from AGPS and a compass with integrated maps. The E72 will be available in Q3 in Australia.

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