Several hours after announcing its first dual SIM phones, Nokia has also announced the E73 Mode for T-Mobile USA. The E73 is nothing more than an E72 with a different name, support for T-Mo’s AWS bands, and UMA-support for WLAN calling.
The smartphone also features Symbian S60, a QVGA landscape display, full QWERTY keypad, HSDPA up to 10.2Mpbs HSUPA up to 2Mbps, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g, A-GPS, Ovi Maps with free navigation, access to Ovi Store, 3.5mm headset jack, Mail for Exchange with ActiveSync support, and a 5MP autofocus camera with VGA video recording.
Included in the Nokia E73 Mode box you’ll find: a 4GB microSD card, Nokia AC-10U High Efficiency Charger, Nokia DC-6 Mobile Charger, Nokia CA-101D MicroUSB Data Cable, Nokia WH-205 Stereo Headset, and a Nokia CP-384 Pouch.
T-Mobile USA will sell the Nokia E73 Mode starting June 16 for $69.99 with a 2-yr contract agreement. I’m noticing that T-Mobile’s making a habit out of launching Nokia phones – and that can’t be a bad thing, can it?
Via Press release
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