Nokia’s Symbian^3 line of smartphones just grew larger after they officially unveiled three new touchscreen-equipped phones running on the brand new OS to follow the long-awaited N8 (which, by the way, still hasn’t started shipping). The list starts off with the C6-01, which we first caught a glimpse of thanks to a leak; a more
Well, the leak proved to be true after all. T-Mobile just launched the Nokia E73 Mode in the US as expected, effectively replacing the E72 on top of the brand’s business phone ladder—at least for the US market. It’s still unclear if this will ever be released outside of T-Mobile’s network, and truth be told,
The details on how this leak got out is not really important (also, those details aren’t available), but here’s the bottom line: a screen shot of a T-Mobile internal document shows that they’re planning to ship the E73 by June 16th as the “Mode.”
We’re not sure how many people will necessarily get swayed into buying an E72 because of a new color option, but in case you needed another reason to pick one up (you really don’t need another reason. The E72 is solid.), it now comes in a special White edition kit. This comes roughly a month
Nokia has just announced three new phones that (apparently) fall under their new simplified model line. The C6, C3 and E5 each come with a different feature set, but all share one common factor: a QWERTY keypad for quick messaging.