It’s rather surprising to ever find a US carrier taking hold of a Nokia branded device since their name isn’t as well established as it used to be. Still, this Series 40 handset will undoubtedly play to the strengths of messengers all around since it’s equipped with a modest looking portrait style physical keyboard. And for those who don’t want to complicate their lives with some sort of BlackBerry, this might prove to be a healthy solution since the platform doesn’t come off as being overly complicated.
Now that we have a clear cut date on when this one will be released, the only thing left to find out now is a concrete on-contract pricing. Or maybe it'll be offered as a prepaid device as well?.