Symbian welcomes Nokia’s new 9300i with WLAN and a variety of email solutions
November 30th 2005 – Symbian Ltd. today welcomed Nokia’s announcement that it has introduced the Nokia 9300i to its business device portfolio. It incorporates WLAN connectivity with a full keyboard, 65,536-color screen, support for a broad range of enterprise email solutions, has an attachment viewer and runs on Symbian v.7.0s. Features include:
- E-GPRS (EDGE) and WLAN 802.11g
- Five party conference calling via an integrated speakerphone
- Support for multiple email clients (with attachments), including BlackBerry Connect, IBM WebSphere, Oracle Collaboration Suite, Seven Always-On Mail and Visto Mobile
- Infrared and Bluetooth capabilities
Planned availability for the Nokia 9300i smartphone is Q1 2006. Nokia will offer another tri-band version of the Nokia 9300i optimized for mobile networks in Europe and Asia (900/1800/1900 MHz) and capable of operating in compatible GSM networks in the Americas.
About Symbian Ltd
Symbian is a software licensing company that develops and licenses Symbian OS™, the global open industry standard operating system for advanced, data-enabled mobile phones.
Symbian licenses Symbian OS to the world’s leading handset manufacturers and has built close co-operative business relationships with leading companies across the mobile industry. In the first three quarters of 2005, more than 23 million Symbian OS-based mobile phones were sold worldwide to over 200 network operators, taking the installed base of Symbian OS phones to almost 48 million.
Symbian has its headquarters in London, United Kingdom with offices in the United States, Europe (Cambridge, UK and Ronneby, Sweden (UIQ Technology AB), Israel and Asia (Bangalore, Beijing, Seoul and Tokyo).