Nokia has introduced two slim and stylish, email-optimized devices from the Nokia Eseries product range: Nokia E71 and Nokia E66. They are expected to ship in key markets in July and to retail at about $540 before taxes and subsidies.
The sleek Nokia E71 with full QWERTY keyboard and the stylish, slide-to-open Nokia E66 easily mobilize a broad range of personal or professional messaging needs, including Microsoft Exchange.
The devices include a one-touch email access feature. Microsoft Mail for Exchange comes pre-loaded on both devices, enabling access to email, calendars, contacts and tasks as well as attachments such as Word, Excel, Powerpoint and PDF files directly on the devices.
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