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Rogers brings Nokia E62 to Canadians first


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.

[Via MobileMag]

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