Nokia Takes On BlackBerry With The E75 Slider And Their New Email Service

Nokia Takes On BlackBerry With The E75 Slider And Their New Email Service

Nokie e7502.jpgYesterday morning, Nokia showed off the new E75 sideways slider handset that Jesus got a look at back at Mobile World Congress. And while he thought it was a well made phone that lacked any really distinguishing features, the Aussie launch will coincide with Nokia’s new messaging service, which brings push email to your Symbian device from any POP or IMAP account, including Gmail.Nokie e7505.jpgNokia Messaging, as their new email service is called, brings push email to all your POP and IMAP email accounts. By working with both large, free email providers and ISPs from around the world, Nokia are able to serve email from these other companies on their own servers, and push the message down to compatible Nokia phones. The service is essentially free – in that it will incorporated in data plans from all the different Telcos.
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