FCC Approves Nokia E50(s)
Jul 14, 2006, 2:45 PM by (staff)
The FCC today approved the Nokia E50 business phone. Instead of the single model Nokia announced, the FCC approved two - one with a 1.3 Megapixel camera as announced, and a second without a camera. The models are identical otherwise. Both feature quad band GSM / EDGE in a slim candybar form and include software to access corporate email using a variety of servers including Blackberry, Good, Seven and Visto. Features also include Bluetooth 2.0, a Micro SD slot and document viewers.
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I'd like to see +20 to that . . .
Also... the only thing that makes these "business devices" is the software installed on them? Otherwise they look like mid-highend candybars.