Nokia Releases the Nokia Communicator 9300 in the USA
Posted on 3-Apr-2006 17:38 by H Willan| Filed under: News
Nokia has released their Nokia 9300 Communicator business device with BlackBerry Connect support. The smartphone is based on the Series 80 interface and have been available outside the USA since late 2004. The Nokia 9300 is a slim mobile phone, and when opened, it reveals a full keyboard and a 65,536 color screen.
Available through Cingular Wireless, the Nokia 9300 features the popular BlackBerry wireless services via the BlackBerry Connect licensing program from Research In Motion (RIM).
In addition to offering the BlackBerry Connect e-mail solution, the Nokia 9300 is also compatible with several third-party applications that use the EDGE network for wireless communications.
The Nokia 9300 features one-touch access to personal information and office applications through eight dedicated function buttons on the device's integrated keyboard. A five-way joystick allows users to easily navigate menus to find the features and functions they need to quickly accomplish tasks and find information.
This tri-mode smartphone supports GSM/GPRS/EDGE networks, plus integrated infrared and Bluetooth capabilities. It comes with 80 MB RAM (expandable up to 2 GB with an optional MMC card) of free user memory.
According to Symbian Ltd, EDGE is America’s largest and fastest national wireless data network. It is available in 13,000 cities and towns, and along more than 40,000 miles of major highways in the U.S.