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Nokia's got 770 followups in the works

Ryan Block
February 14, 2006
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When we heard Nokia's got followups to their 770 in the works, we weren't exactly surprised. They had, after all, more or less stated intentions to further the line after its first run in the US and abroad. Apparently they'll be answering the 770 fanboys' prayers (or at least our own, anyway) by adding a full QWERTY keyboard to the device; Nokia was also sure to mention they're on track to launch with Google-based VoIP (via Talk, perhaps?).

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