Nokia’s non-touchscreen devices have used QVGA screens for the last few years: while this is not ideal for users, it relieves developers of a large burden (multiple screen resolutions). It furthermore gives Nokia more bargaining power – but how does the E75 stack up?
Our first test partner is Palm’s Treo 680.
Finally, a few shots next to the Nokia N96. Its results are completely different due to the different color temperature of its screen:
In the end, the Nokia E75 has a surprisingly good screen which remains readable outdoors. Nothing to bicker about here – can the software stack up though?