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Cingular Lets Symbian Plans Slip

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Sep 7, 2005, 3:32 PM   by (staff)

Cingular today sent an email to developers confirming that the Nokia 9300 Mini Communicator will be coming to their network. Although the device's American launch has been talked about for over a year now, this is the first time a carrier has provided any official information indicating they would launch the smartphone. The 9300 is the smallest Nokia Series 80 device to date and is shaped like a candy bar Series 40 phone that folds open to reveal a Series 80 interface and QWERTY keyboard. Cingular is also due to launch the Nokia 6682, another Symbian-based phone, soon.

source: Cingular




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Sep 7, 2005, 11:16 PM

Nokia 9300 doesn't have vibrate

How the hell could Nokia design a major, important product like this without vibrate? It's a business phone, for God's sake.
i hadn't noticed that - thank's for pointing that out. What WERE they thinking? that is such a standard feature these days. are there any other phones on the market without vibrate?
We have had this phone in Finland since last year - excellent business phone, but has no Wi-Fi and camera like it´s big brother the 9500 Communicator.

Sep 7, 2005, 7:28 PM

Good News!

Im glad this phone can find a home here in the US. Where we never ever get the cool phones, now we might get a manufacturer's top of the line phone. Cool!
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