Nokia is feeling the love for its Series 40 handsets as they officially announced Nokia Messaging for the platform generally reserved for its non-touchscreen feature phones. Highly regarded as the most widely used mobile platform in the world, users in Ecuador will get the first crack in checking this out on select new entry-level handsets. This isn't just some kind of watered down version, but it actually offers the entire array of features seen with the version for Symbian devices. Users will have the ability to access up to 10 POP/IMAP email accounts and connect with friends with some of the most popular instant messaging clients. Even though this release is only limited to a specific country, there will no doubt be other consumers around the world that would love to see this feature. Naturally some would consider this to something traditionally offered on most phones, but its introduction to Series 40 will keep people who are comfortable with the long time platform to be in tune with their happenings on the go.
source: Nokia Conversations