Nokia has launched the Nokia E73 Mode in the United States today. According to Nokia, the Nokia E73 is a sober-suitedsuccessor to the Nokia E72. The Nokia E73 Mode is available exclusively across the T-Mobile network in the U.S. The specification of the Nokia E73 Mode is similar to that of the Nokia E72.
The E73 Mode has all the connectivity-fields duly covered, including quad-band GSM support and 3G along with HSPA. The phone packs in an 5MP camera with LED flash, aiding low light photography. Like all the recent Nokia phones, the Nokia E73 Mode also comes pre-loaded with Ovi Maps including free turn-by-turn navigation.
The Nokia E73 Mode supports Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync client and IBM Lotus Traveler for all the email-whores out there. The phone is also pre-loaded with Ovi Files, QuickOffice, Adobe PDF Reader and Zip Manager. The retail package of the phone packs in a 4GB microSD card. Sadly, like the E72, no car stand has been bundled with the retail package. The E73 Mode uses the same BP-4L battery as the E72. Nokia quotes the standby battery-life of the phone at an impressive 16 days.
The E73 Mode will be available from June 16th onwards. Sadly, T-Mobile did not mention the pricing of the device.