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Cingular just posted the Nokia E62 on its web site. It lacks Wifi like the E61 – but is still has a landscape QVGA, QWERTY, S60 3rd Edition action that made the original famous — and as expected, it’s gone live for a very reasonable $150 on contract Read on for the specs.
Besides the lack of 802.11, the E62 gives up the E61’s UMTS 2100 support, but Cingular’s guessing its average buyer isn’t going to mind. There is lots of competition now and there will be more in the coming months in the QWERTY Smartphone market Nokia and Cingular may have a have a winner here. Here are the specs:

Features:

* Email, contacts and scheduler all in one
* Multiple personal and corporate email options
* View, create, edit and email Microsoft(r) Office(TM) docs
* Comfortable full QWERTY keyboard
* Video player and music player
* Bluetooth(r) wireless capable
* Speakerphone and voice recorder
* Organizer with calendar, contacts and tasks
* Blackberry Connect, Mail for Exchange, Xpress Mail capable
* PIM and Outlook synchronization with PC and email
* Multimedia messaging – Send text, images and sounds
* Instant messaging – AOL(r), Yahoo!(r) and ICQ(r)
* High speed EDGE connectivity
* Full HTML web browser
* Cingular Exclusive


Specifications
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* Weight: 5.0 ounces
* Dimensions: 4.6 x 2.8 x .7 inches
* Talk Time: Up to 6.0 hours
* Standby Time: Up to 14 Days
* Quad-band world phone – 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
* GSM/GPRS/EDGE Technology
* Sharp vivid color screen 320 x 240 pixels
* IrDA and USB port compatibility
* Warranty: 1 yr on the phone and accessories
* All talk, data and standby times depend on network configuration


Included accessories:

* Removable rechargeable lithium-ion battery
* USB 2.0 sync cable
* AC adapter with charger adapter
* Wired ear bud headset
* Getting started guide
* Getting started CD

Written by Gary