Cingular's plans to add the Nokia E62
to its offerings may still be a bit iffy
, but Rogers
customers in Canada can now rest easy knowing their the first in North America able to get their hands on the QWERTY-fied handset. Those bragging rights will cost you $249.99 Canadian if you sign a three-year contract, $399.99 for a two-year deal, or $449.99 if you just want to be tied down for one. Push email on the device comes in the form of Rogers MyMail system, which is powered by Visto
. The handset itself is, of course, otherwise the same as what'll be available stateside sooner or later, with a 2.8-inch QVGA display, Bluetooth, 240 minutes promised talk time, 14 days standby time, 90MB built-in memory, a microSD slot for expansion, and USB mass storage support, among other goodies, which unfortunately doesn't include WiFi.