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Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Nokia Announces the 9300i

With the announcement of the Nokia 9300i, Nokia has added another member to its family of high-end smartphones. The company says that its 9300i has the right combination of design and functionality, and is ideal for professionals on-the-go.

The Nokia 9300i features WLAN connectivity with full keyboard, 65,536-color screen, support for a wide range of email solutions and an attachment viewer. WLAN connectivity enables the 9300i to provide a reliable and cost-effective data connection for downloading large files or emails with attachments.

Nokia 9300i's wide color screen facilitates viewing different types of documents, presentations, spread-sheets, etc; while its memory capacity of 80 MB expandable up to 2 GB, offers ample space for file storage.

The new smartphone supports E-GPRS (EDGE) and WLAN 802.11g; multiple email clients (with attachments) including BlackBerry Connect, Nokia Business Center, IBM WebSphere, Oracle Collaboration Suite, Seven Always-On Mail and Visto Mobile; and five-party conference calling via an integrated speakerphone.

9300i's infrared and Bluetooth capabilities offer users 2 distinct ways of wirelessly synchronizing their devices to a desktop PC or laptop, as also of exchanging data with other mobile devices.

Niklas Savander, senior vice president, business device unit - enterprise solutions business group, Nokia, said, "Nokia continues to offer more choices for individuals, looking for fully featured smartphones built specifically for business use. Our business customers want continuity as well as a constant stream of improvements in our products. The Nokia 9300i delivers just that as it combines WLAN and other features with a suite of powerful applications and email solutions."

The Nokia 9300i is slated to be available in Q1 2006 and the company plans to offer a tri-band version of its 9300i, optimized for mobile networks in Europe and Asia (900/1800/1900 MHz), and capable of operating in compatible GSM networks in America.



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