The new E55, claims Nokia, is the world's most compact and thinnest smartphone available on the market, and we managed to get a hands on with the new handset at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Promising a standby time of a month the new keyboard will emulate the BlackBerry Pearl and feature two keys per key on its 20-key keypad.
As well as E55's "compact" QWERTY keyboard there's one click access to the most commonly used programs.
The E55 also offers full Nokia Maps, assisted GPS and comes with N-Gage on board. It will also feature a 3.2-megapixel camera.
The Nokia E55 is expected to ship in the second quarter at an estimated retail price of 265 euros, before taxes and subsidies.