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THE LIVING EARENDUR

"...Those Words are not Enough..."

New Nokia Communicator?

It's the Communicator on a diet!



It's a slimmer communicator phone compared to Previous Nokia 9500 (132 milimeter (mm) x 51mm x 21mm and 167 gram weight). As with the 9500, Nokia's 9300 runs on the manufacturer's own Symbian OS 7 based Series 80 platform, which is speedy and responsive - in fact more so than early prototypes of the 9500 shown at this year's 3GSM World Congress in Cannes.

Those eyeing the 9500 have nothing to worry about, however, as the software builds for the two devices are virtually identical. This includes excellent PIM support and compatibility with Microsoft Office file formats, as well as J2ME MIDP 2.0 and Personal Java 1.0 in addition to support for installing native applications.

Equipped with a QWERTY thumbboard, this Nokia 9300 is slightly more friendly in the text input department than the 9500 as its thumbboard is just a tad narrower. Another benefit of the 9300 is its roomy 80 MB of internal memory available to users, which - as with the 9500 - is twice that of the current 9200 series. Other highlights include hot-swappable MMC Card expansion with support for cards of up to 2 GB in size, as well as broad connectivity support including Bluetooth, Infrared and USB 2.0. Tri-band GSM 900/1800/1900 MHz ensures voice connectivity, while data on the go is tended to by GPRS and EDGE support. However, this phone LACK of Wi-Fi and intergrated camera, oh NO! :(

Price : ~RM3,299

p/s: "Two Thumbs Up for Nokia.." You did it again! (Though i'm not a NOKIA user)
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