Nokia E73 Mode will hit the T-Mobile retail stores on 16 June. This reasonably priced cell phone will boast several impressive features that most cell phone buffs love to see on their phones.
Nokia E73 Mode features
Nokia E73 Mode will run on the Symbian OS v9.3 platform. It will carry a 2.4 inches display, a full QWERTY keyboard and an optical trackpad. The 3G enabled Nokia handset could be used for speedy web surfing. Nokia E73 Mode users could easily customize the home screen of the cell phone with the help of the ‘switch mode’ of the device.
Nokia has integrated a superb camera in the E73 Mode handset. The 5 megapixel camera equipped with a wide range of photography tools could be used for capturing high quality photographs and videos. The camera features 5x zoom, digital flash, auto focus, CMOS sensors and image editor and video recorder. It supports video calling.
The built-in MP3 player and FM radio will keep Nokia E73 users entertained. You can download songs and music tracks from the Nokia Music Store and play them on the music player of your Nokia E73 Mode handset.
Besides supporting conventional text messaging, multimedia messaging, instant messaging and email services, Nokia has added some extra messaging features to this device. Nokia E73 Mode boasts a new email interface. E73 Mode users could access multiple personal and business email accounts through IBM Lotus Traveler and Microsoft Exchange Activesync client.
Thanks to the built-in GPS and the preloaded Nokia Ovi Maps, Nokia E73 Mode could even work as your travel guide. Nokia’s navigation app will provide turn-by-turn navigation guidance to help Nokia E73 Mode users reach their destinations.
This Nokia device will feature QuickOffice, Ovi Files, Zip Manager and Adobe PDF Manager. E73 Mode users could access Ovi Store and download apps and games from this online Nokia store. You can use this Nokia handset in Wi-Fi zones. It has a long lasting battery. Bluetooth and USB 2.0 port for PC syncing with Active Sync support are integrated in this Nokia cell phone.
Nokia E73 Mode will be available for $70 along with a two-year T-Mobile subscription contract.