More S60 love coming as the Nokia E73 Mode is set for a June 16 launch with T-Mobile

More S60 love coming as the Nokia E73 Mode is set for a June 16 launch with T-Mobile
It's not to say that the Nokia Nuron 5230 didn't spread the S60 love to its fullest extent, but T-Mobile is about to get their second dose of S60 with the high flying Nokia E73 Mode in-bound before the month is over. This time around, customers can easily fit right in using the handset thanks to its physical QWERTY keyboard as opposed to the touch offering from the Nokia Nuron – with that in mind, the Nokia E73 Mode is also being billed as the thinnest QWERTY device for T-Mobile. Following alongside other venerable Nokia E-Series smartphones, it'll play to the strengths and wants of business professionals with its features – such as Wi-Fi, 5-megapixel auto-focus camera, 3G speeds, support for Microsoft Exchange, and Ovi Maps. On the software side of things, it emerges with Nokia's Switch mode feature that simply allows users to move around the customizable homescreens that are specifically suited to your liking. Additionally, there are a host of business-centric tools like QuickOffice, Adobe PDF Manager, Zip Manager, and access to both Salesforce.com and Bloomberg. Thankfully it won't cost you an arm and a leg as it'll be sold for $70 with a 2-year agreement starting on June 16th.

Nokia E73 Mode Specifications

source: Nokia Conversations





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5 Comments

1. TechBlue

Posts: 81; Member since: May 06, 2010

S60 is like 2000 yrs old lol

2. thatdude1 unregistered

And Symbian is STILL the NUMBER ONE O.S. on the PLANET.

3. TechBlue

Posts: 81; Member since: May 06, 2010

what are you a cow? you follow cattle? just cuz its popular dont make it the latest and the greatest!

4. readstechnews

Posts: 2; Member since: Mar 25, 2010

Are we not all cows? Your statement best describes the iPhone OS.

5. thatdude1 unregistered

@techblue-What I stated was pure FACT, whether you like it or not. You probably do own an iphone. And you shouldn't mention cow's unless you want me to start talking about that big, fat cow that is your mother.

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