T-Mobile Launches the Low-Priced Nokia Nuron

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The Nokia Nuron is now available from T-Mobile USA. This Symbian-powered smartphone has a large touchscreen, 3G access, support for Nokia’s free navigation service with turn-by-turn directions, and a low pricetag.

The Nuron is selling for just $70 with a two-year service agreement, qualifying voice and data plan, and after a $50 mail-in-rebate. It is $180 without contract.

Nokia Nuron 5230This smartphone can be found now on T-Mobile’s website.

An Overview of the Nokia Nuron
This model has  a tablet shape designed around its 3.2-inch, 640-by-360-pixel display. This is a resistive touchscreen, and this device comes with a stylus.

The Nuron runs Symbian S60 5th Edition, and includes access to several of Nokia’s services, most notably Ovi Maps. This is a free navigation service with turn-by-turn directions. It comes pre-loaded with with maps for the United States, Canada, and Mexico and more are available as a free download.

This model is bundled with a suite of entertainment and communications applications. These give users access to their personal or work e-mail, allow them to surf the Web with a very capable web browser, watch video, play music, and much more.

In addition, this smartphone comes with the Ovi Store, allowing users to shop for third-party software on their smartphone. Purchases can be charged directly to the users’ monthly T-Mobile bill.

More Specs
The Nuron has 70 MB of internal storage, and also includes a microSD memory card slot for additional capacity.

This phone has access to T-Mobile’s 3G network, Bluetooth, and a GPS receiver.

Other features include a 2.0 megapixel camera and a 1320 mAh battery.

Overall, the Nokia Nuron is 4.4 inches tall,  2.0 inches wide, 0.6 inches thick, and 4.0 ounces.

Source: T-Mobile USA



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