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Cingular Wireless and Nokia introduced to the US the EDGE-powered Nokia 9300
Date: 28 September 2005
Cingular Wireless and Nokia introduced to the US the EDGE-powered Nokia 9300
Cingular Wireless and Nokia today introduced to the U.S. marketplace the EDGE-powered Nokia 9300 business device with BlackBerry Connect. Cingular is the first U.S. carrier to launch the popular BlackBerry® wireless services on a third-party handset via the BlackBerry Connect licensing program from Research In Motion (RIM).

Nokia 9300 - some features
- Tri-band (EGSM 900/1800/1900)
- Dimensions: 132 x 51 x 21 mm
- Weight: 167 g
- Symbian operating system version 7.0S; Series 80 platform
- Main display: Active transflective color display, 65K colors, 640 x 200 pixels
- High-speed data connectivity with EGPRS (EDGE)
- Large memory storage: 80MB built-in memory plus MultiMediaCard (MMC)
- Full keyboard
- Messaging options: email with attachments, SMS and MMS
- Office applications: Documents, Sheet, and Presentations
- Organizer (calendar, contacts, tasks) and email with PC synchronization via Nokia PC Suite software
- Music player with MP3, MPEG-4 (AAC), real audio, and MIDI
- Advanced voice features: handsfree speakerphone and conference calling capability
- Bluetooth, IrDA, USB 2.0 and Pop-Portâ„¢ interface


The Nokia 9300 will be available in the U.S. through Cingular Wireless beginning in November.
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