Date: Monday, February 1st, 1999, 00:00
The Nokia 9210 phone/PDA hybrid due out next year includes a color display. The device lets you make phone calls, surf the Web and check email. Sexy little number – too bad it don’t play in the US of A (The operating frequency is EGSM 900/1800 usable only on networks in Europe & Africa, Asia).
The Nokia 9210 Communicator is a significant advance toward the mobile information society, combining many key elements of third generation technology such as a high-resolution color display, high speed mobile e-mail, a new user interface, and multimedia capabilities like full color video clips.
Additionally, the Nokia 9210 Communicator is the first Nokia product to support the most commonly used PC office applications – such as Windows – and the first with wireless Java support.
And with bigger and better keys and a wide range of add-on software and accessories, the Nokia 9210 Communicator is designed to meet the demanding needs of mobile professionals and corporate users.
The Nokia 9210 Communicator features:
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