Nokia E73 Mode for $69.99 from T-Mobile

Nokia E73 Mode hits the United States via T-Mobile on June 16 for $69.99 with a 2-year contract agreement. Aimed at business customers, the smartphone features 2.4-inch (320 x 240) pixels display, full QWERTY keypad and Symbian S60.

The Nokia E73 Mode comes aslo with Wi-Fi 802.11b/g, HSDPA and HSUPA up to 2Mbps, A-GPS, Ovi Maps, a full HTML Web browser with support for Adobe Flash, 3.5mm headset jack and  5 megapixel camera with flash and autofocus. You will get also pre-loaded  applications such as Ovi Files, QuickOffice, Adobe PDF Manager and ZIP Manager, and Mail for Exchange, based on Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, consumers can receive their corporate e-mail, contacts and calendar pushed directly to their device.

Nokia E73 Mode

“The Nokia E73 Mode brings style and function in an affordable device without compromise,” said Mark Slater, vice president, Sales, Nokia. “Working together with T-Mobile, the Nokia E73 Mode enables us to bring our customers a ‘Work & Life’ solution that allows consumers and businesses to be as productive as possible, while still providing an exceptional consumer value and performance.”

Nokia E73 Mode





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