Nokia Brings Yahoo! To Regular Phones
Nov 29, 2006, 2:25 PM by (staff)
Nokia today announced it will bring Yahoo! mobile services such as email, instant messaging and sync to Series 40 phones. Initially email and messaging will ship in the base software of three handset - 5200, 5300, and the new 6300. Features like sync will be integrated into future devices. Nokia currently makes these services available through an separate application for S60 phones. However for Series 40 handsets, the applications will be integrated into the native menus, instead of being an add-on.
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