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AT&T may be about to add the RAZR 2 V9 to its stable, effectively halving any remaining desire we had for the original RAZR V3 line of devices -- but that's apparently not stopping the carrier from trying to milk a few final drops from the played out design. According to the most recent dealer p...

August 26th 2007 at 5:15pm 0 Comments
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Time flies, doesn't it? Seems like just yesterday we were celebrating S60's triumphant return to US carriers on the wings of the lovely Nokia E62 -- but in the blink of an eye, the landmark handset has been taken from us, seemingly before its time. Though the N75 might satisfy some of the E62's tar...

June 21st 2007 at 1:27am 0 Comments
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Canada's other GSM network has picked up a couple goodies that we thought our friends north of the border might be interested to hear about. First up, Fido gets the Nokia E62, bringing some QWERTY S60 action to the carrier's stable, something Cingular customers have been enjoying for a while now --...

March 12th 2007 at 10:44am 0 Comments
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Hey Fido customers: where do you go when you're looking for a QWERTY smartphone? What's that you say, you don't have one? Sorry, we didn't mean to rub it in -- but we thought you might like to know that the Nokia E62 may very well be coming your way. The QWERTY S60 3rd Edition device -- a WiFi-less...

November 30th 2006 at 11:53pm 0 Comments
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Nokia isn't stupid. Holding nothing more than a sliver of the huge pie that is the US smartphone market, it only took a few BlackBerrys (with the occasional Treo or Q thrown in here and there) for the world's largest cellphone manufacturer to realize that a QWERTY-style device might just be S60's k...

October 29th 2006 at 2:06pm 0 Comments
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It may not share the WiFi radio of its pricier sibling, the E61, but the E62 still rocks all that landscape QVGA, QWERTY, S60 3rd Edition action that made the original famous -- and as expected, it's gone live with Cingular today for a relatively reasonable $150 on contract. Besides the lack of 80...

September 29th 2006 at 12:06pm 0 Comments
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We've only been waiting, what, a year for someone to release this thing in the US? Nokia's E60-series finally made it to American shores on Cingular, and, well, there's little for us to report. The E62 is the phone we've been expecting and tracking for many months, but now with some Cingular brandi...

September 13th 2006 at 6:40am 0 Comments
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Well, it sure took them long enough, but Cingular has finally gotten around to rolling out Nokia's biz-centric QWERTY phone, the E62. Luckily, the price is right: going for "as low as" $150, as expected. At 0.5-inches thick, and with a well-sized QVGA screen, the E62 isn't totally weak-sauce compar...

September 12th 2006 at 3:42pm 0 Comments
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Well, it sure took them long enough, but Cingular has finally gotten around to rolling out Nokia's biz-centric QWERTY phone, the E62. Luckily, the price is right: going for "as low as" $150, as expected. At 0.5-inches thick, and with a well-sized QVGA screen, the E62 isn't totally weak-sauce compar...

September 12th 2006 at 3:42pm 0 Comments
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According to LAPTOP Magazine, Nokia's pared-down E61 for North America, the E62, will go out the door for $149.99. We're guessing this is a contract price; if it isn't, we'll be setting up a little eBay operation on the side.[Thanks, Bill and Aaron]

September 12th 2006 at 9:19am 0 Comments
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We encourage everyone to take these tidbits with the usual boulder-sized grain of salt, but America's favorite (read: only) HSDPA carrier has dropped their September launch grid, and on account of our friends' slippery hands, it's subsequently found its way over to Engadget HQ. Thanks to our own Bo...

September 6th 2006 at 9:15am 0 Comments