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.
Read the press release.
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