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T-Mobile tumbles in with the Nokia E73 Mode

Nokia has joined forces with T-Mobile USA to reveal a new and innovative handset dubbed as the Nokia E73 Mode smartphone.

The latest offering aids mobile phone aficionados in easily juggling work and personal life while traveling or at home. The Nokia E73 Mode is noted to be a Wi-Fi calling enabled QWERTY smartphone which works on T-Mobile’s blazing-fast 3G network.

The phone also includes Nokia’s unique Switch Mode feature as well as Mail for Exchange which is based on Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync. Through the latter inclusion, users can receive all their corporate e-mail, calendar and contacts directly on their device. It already comes complete with pre-loaded services and applications such as Ovi Maps and Ovi Store by Nokia.

“T-Mobile is committed to providing a variety of devices that serve our customers’ needs to stay connected to the central people in their lives including family, friends and even colleagues from the office. With the Nokia E73 Mode, we’re excited to offer a premium device at an attractive price that helps Mom and Dad put work aside and make their family the top priority,” stated Travis Warren, director, product marketing, T-Mobile USA.

The Nokia E73 Mode also offers support for services like IBM Lotus Traveler, Salesforce.com and Bloomberg among others. The phone also comes with pre-loaded business productivity tools as well as QuickOffice, ZIP Manager, Adobe PDF Manager and Ovi Files. Besides these offerings, the mobile also includes a 5 megapixel camera with flash and autofocus, along with personal and corporate e-mail access, Wi-Fi for voice and data, a full HTML Web browser with support for Adobe Flash and media player.

The Nokia E73 Mode is scheduled to hit the scene by June 16, 2010 via T-Mobile.

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