The E63 is already available in Europe, and now Nokia is bringing it to the US too, obviously with North American 3G connectivity (850 / 1900 MHz).
The Eseries Symbian S60 smartphone will be sold unlocked, for only $279 – a good price, considering the full QWERTY keyboard and all the other features the handset has.
Starting the next few weeks, customers will be able to find it in various retails stores across the US, as well as in Nokia’s Flagship Stores and via Nokia’s US website.
While the E63 isn’t exactly a new device, Nokia 1006 is. It’s a CDMA candybar, made for AWS carriers (like MetroPCS or Cricket) and developed at Nokia’s product creation center from San Diego.
There’s not much info about the features of Nokia 1006, save for the fact that it comes with a “bright color display”, speakerphone, voice memo and a phonebook that can hold up to 500 entries.
The candybar will be available soon, in silver and blue. An exact release date and a price were not given, though.
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