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 -- and like its American counterpart, Fido gets the dumbed-down version sans UMTS rather than the original E61. Next up is the Z710i from Sony Ericsson, a decent midrange clamshell rocking a 2 megapixel cam and a rather portly exterior monochrome display. Look for both in stores now; the E62 will run you $200 CDN (about $170) on a three (yes, three) year contract, while the Z710i will go for $75 (about $64) on the same brutally lengthy agreement -- thank goodness for early upgrades.
[Thanks, Francis P.]
Update: Yep, it seems the Z610i has been kicking around for a little while up there (which is more we can say for any American carrier).
Fido picks up Nokia E62, Sony Ericsson Z710i
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