Nokia's latest addition to the E-Series, the E72, has hit shelves today, and Vodafone has nabbed exclusivity on the handset until 2010.
The E72 is Nokia's follow-up to the business-savvy E71, and builds on the success of its predecessor, keeping the full QWERTY keyboard but bumping the camera up to 5 megapixels.
Cosying itself up to the likes of BlackBerry, the E72 also packs 3G, A-GPS with Nokia Maps, 3.5mm jack and support for Mail for Exchange and IBM Lotus Notes Traveler.
FoneHome tells us Voda will be serving the handset up for £300 on pay as you go, or for free from £30 on contract, but you'll also be able to get it on other networks in the new year.
What do you reckon to the E72? See what we thought to the E71 and keep your eyes peeled for a full review of the E72 soon.