After a 5 week delay, AT&T has finally released its Nokia E71x, which is now available via Ma Bell for $99.99 with a $50 mail-in rebate and a 2 year pact. You can also get it for $299.99 off contract if you want. For that price you'll be getting:
The popular Nokia 5800 XpressMusic is on its way to in Brazil, where it will be available via TIM. In addition, Brazilian users will be able to take advantage of the “Comes with Music” service, which allows for free music downloads.
Hopefully there won't be any problems during the launch.
Nokia and Phones 4U have recently announced the Nokia 5800 Star Trek edition that will soon be available in UK. This special edition will be packed with exclusive Star Trek mobile content including thematic screensavers, wallpapers and 8 ringtones. The handset is expected to be released on May 1st.
Italian carrier TIM has set the price for the upcoming and very anticipated Nokia N97. They'll be offering the device for $793.38, which definitely sounds pricey, but not after you compare this amount to the one set by Expansys UK - a mind blowing $980! Are you willing to spend such money on a smartphone?
Nokia has announced its new 6216 classic, the company's third model to support Near Field Communications (NFC) technology, and first to allow operators to integrate NFC services into the SIM card. The handset should be released in Q3 2009, and will retail for €150 ($196) before subsidies (not in the U.S.). Its features include:
According to some sources, the AT&T's long-awaited Nokia E71x will be launched on May 4th. Furthermore, the carrier will be offering the device at a $99.95 pricetag, which will make it the best business smartphone available at an affordable price.For supplementary reading, check out the leaked user manuals for the device.
An unknown dual-sliding CDMA Nokia phone has appeared in the FCC filing yesterday. While we don't know the exact model name of the device, it looks like it will belong to the Nokia's N-series.The handset will feature:
The Nokia E63 may lack such important features like 3G support and GPS, but it doesn't matter that much when you consider Dell's offering. The said retailer is selling the handset for just $198.39 with free shipping. Isn't that a killer deal?