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About Nokia E70 (blackberry Connect)

A wireless handheld device supporting E-mail, mobile telephony, text messaging, and web browsing rattled the mobile phone industry the day of its launch. Known as the Blackberry, it was devised by Research In Motion (RIM) in 1999. Nokia's first of it's kind collaboration with RIM produced the Nokia 9300 in 2005, with similar effects. The launch caused more and more buyers to switch to mobile phones with Blackberry features, rather than owning a bulky Blackberry. This trend has continued to this day. Given the stiff competition from the Samsung T719, Nokia advanced ahead with the Nokia E70. Supporting POP3, IMAP4 and SMTP protocols, Intellisync Wireless Email, Instant Messaging IMPS 1.2, and attachment editors for document, spreadsheet, and presentations, the E70 has far too many advantages when compared to the Samsung T719. Distinctly different in design, the E70 has a flip over QWERTY keypad for quick typing. The wide, high-resolution 1600x1200 pixels color screen switches from portrait to landscape view depending on the position of the screen. The 2.0 megapixel camera comes with a self timer, sequential shot feature, resolution selection, compression level option, capture mode, standard, portrait and night modes and an 8x digital zoom; it leaves little complain about. Up to 64 MB of built-in memory helps store add-on applications, email, images and MP3 music files. The hotswappable miniSD memory card slot feature allows swapping of one external memory card for another without having to remove the battery. The slot supports a maximum card capacity of 2 GB. The E70 can send and receive up to 30 concatenated messages as a single message. A Voice Aid feature provides audio feedback from the contact list and phone logs, voice mailbox, and current time. For PC connectivity, the phone includes a USB data cable, and an infrared port and Bluetooth for wireless data transfers. It can also be used as a USB-mass storage device and the Nokia PC Suite software enables file transfers between the phone and a computer. Overall, the Nokia E70 is a swift, efficient, and multi-functional phone that helps keep pace with the modern fast-paced lifestyle.