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Friday, December 7, 2007

Nokia Cell Phone Comes With E-Mail, XHTML Browser

T-Mobile on Tuesday began offering the Nokia (NYSE: NOK) 6263, a
classic clamshell cell phone with enhancements, such as e-mail
capability and a XHTML browser. The T-Mobile Nokia 6263 is a classic
clamshell phone that comes with e-mail capability and a XHTML browser.
The Nokia 6263 is not a costly multimedia device like the ones recently
launched by Nokia as part of its Nseries, but it does fulfill most
basic functions required by mobile users. For example, the phone is
capable of receiving e-mail with attachments and it can be used for
Internet browsing via a built-in XHTML browser. According to the
announcement: "For the productivity-minded owner, the Nokia 6263
includes e-mail capability with support for attachments, a powerful
XHTML browser, support for Java and Flash Lite content, and can easily
be synchronized to a desktop by using Nokia's PC Suite software,
which can be downloaded for free."

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