Nokia Shrinks Communicator
Sep 8, 2004, 12:35 AM by (staff)
Nokia today announced the 9300, a new high-end smartphone based on the company's Series 80 platform. Like the 9500 model announced in February, the new device is a full-featured phone with a color display when closed, and opens to reveal a large widescreen display and full QWERTY keyboard. Compared to the 9500, the new model sheds the camera and wi-fi to become more compact, while keeping EDGE high-speed data, Bluetooth, a memory card slot, and speakerphone. The device also supports RIM's BlackBerry Connect e-mail service, a feature that Nokia also recently announced will be available for the 9500 model. The Nokia 9300 is expected to be available 1st quarter 2005, in tri-band versions for both Europe/Asia and the Americas.
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Does the Nokie 9300 have a WIFI browser?
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