News by Brad Kellett on Tuesday March 28, 2006.
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Good news for smartphone-loving Cingular customers came today, as the operator officially launched the Nokia 9300 Communicator for the general public.
Cingular has been offering the device through its business-to-business channels since November last year, though personal buyers were left high and dry.
The Nokia 9300 Communicator includes high-end features like a 640x200 pixel resolution screen, Blackberry Connect push email support, Bluetooth, and a QWERTY keyboard. Unfortunately for potential US customers, an update to the device, dubbed the 9300i, is already available in Europe. The updated 9300i includes all the features of the 9300, with the addition of 802.11g WiFi network access.
Brad Kellett writes for MobileBurn from his home outside of Sydney, Australia.