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Nokia launches its most advanced smartphone
June 28, 2007 17:58 IST
Priced at Rs 40,500, E90 Communicator gives businessmen the facility of two cameras, video conferencing, high-speed internet and email access and maps application for location-based services.
The smartphone also has a new feature called Active Notes, which allows taking notes and tag it to an individual name helping as a reminder when talking to that person.
It also offers fast connections on third generation mobile services on voice, video and data as well as on enhanced 3G services like HSDPA.
Nokia Enterprise Solutions General Manager Chakrapani GK said E90 also allows users to view, open and edit email attachments with 'Quick Office' besides offering Adobe Acrobat Reader and Zip Manager.
The addition of E90 is expected to push up the already 1.5 lakh Communicator user-base in India, he said.
Chakrapani said smartphone segment is growing at 50 per cent in the mobile device category and Nokia has globally sold 200 million such phones with a leading marketshare of 50 per cent.
Based on S60 platform where a host of additional mobile applications are also available, the E90 has an integrated Global Positioning System, the only fully functional Global Navigation Satellite System and Nokia maps applications that helps in finding routes and locating services.