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Nice pics!

Nice pictures, like the inside... the button
styles espescially and screen is a bit bigger!

Dono why theyve changed it to black!

Though im not impressed with the outside
of the phone could have been better!

Did they tell the release of the phone
in the news paper? Can I find the article
on the web maybe?? If in english anywhere??!


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The screen indicates it will run Series 80.Could there be more then one Communicator?
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Better picture.

BTW: A google search for "Nokia 9500" resulted in a Nokia Satellite Receiver.Do you think Nokia would give the same name to some other of their products even if it was totally different?
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Nokia 9500 Communicator

Here are a few images of the Nokia 9500 Communicator that will be announced today:

http://koti.mbnet.fi/anttisaa/Images/9500-2.jpg
http://koti.mbnet.fi/anttisaa/Images/9500-1.jpg

http://www.helsinginsanomat.fi/kuvat...152006318.jpeg

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Re: Nokia 9500 Communicator

In a weird case that you hadn't noticed, main features of the 9500 Communicator are the following:

- Tri-band (900/1800/1900 MHz)
- Symbian OS 7 and Nokia Series 80 platform
- GPRS/EDGE data access
- Integrated Wi-fi (802.11b) adapter
- Bluetooth
- 80 MB internal memory
- Camera
- Email, web browser etc.


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ebo,I merged your thread with this one so we can keep the discussion compact and easy to access,i hope you don't mind
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ebo,I merged your thread with this one so we can keep the discussion compact and easy to access,i hope you don't mind
Of course I don't mind, I just didn't find this earlier thread myself.

The live webcast from the press conference is scheduled to start in a few minutes. Go to www.nokia.com -> Press -> Calendar -> 3GSM Cannes.

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slightly off the point but just watching the web cast = I hear alot of talk about push to talk but what exactly is it and how does it work?
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slightly off the point but just watching the web cast = I hear alot of talk about push to talk but what exactly is it and how does it work?
Pusb to talk is kind of a VoIP over GPRS solution that enables for example company employees or other groups to have a quick access to talk to their group members a bit like with radio phones. This solution also includes access and deny lists, address books and other advanced services.

Push to talk is not only Nokia's technology, instead there will be an OMA (Open Mobile Alliance) standard in the near future which should make Push to talk phones from different manufacturers compatible with each other.

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ok I see so its a bit like the fast chat app that you can buy for symbian phones except its built in to the phone. So you could use fast chat for now I think and then you can talk to PC's, phones and PDAS
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Nokia 9500 Communicator Press Release!

NOKIA PRESS RELEASE February 23, 2004

Nokia launches new enterprise-class Communicator

The Nokia 9500 Communicator extends business mobility as leading IT
vendors offer new solutions and support


Cannes, February 23, 2004--Nokia today renewed its commitment to
enterprise mobility with the introduction of the first in a series of
new enterprise-grade mobile devices designed for corporate customers.
The new Nokia 9500 Communicator is one of the first cellular devices
on the market designed to meet the demands of corporate IT
departments for customization, manageability and security. The tri-
band device supporting E-GPRS (EDGE) and Wi-Fi 802.11b is expected to
be available in volume during the fourth quarter of 2004. The price
(unsubsidized) of the Nokia 9500 Communicator is expected to be
around €800 in Europe.

With the announcement of the new enterprise-class communicator
series, Nokia's recently formed Enterprise Solutions business group
evolves the company's portfolio of business-optimised devices to
include a full range of differentiated devices.

"Nokia understands mobility better than anyone," said Mary McDowell,
Nokia Enterprise Solutions' newly appointed senior vice president and
general manager. "The Nokia 9500 Communicator combines our knowledge
of enterprise customer needs and critical usability issues with our
expertise in mobile connectivity and security, resulting in the first
mobile device that enables fast and universal access to corporate
services, and is backed by proven application and software support
from leading IT vendors."

Key Functions and Features
Like its predecessors from the first Communicator family, the Nokia
9500 Communicator takes the most popular office solutions mobile by
bringing e-mail, personal information management, with PC
synchronization, browsing, vertical enterprise applications and even
document, spreadsheet and presentation creation into the pockets of
mobile professionals, allowing them to effectively utilize their time
while on the road. Other features of the sleek 222-gram (7.83 oz.)
device include:

Tri-band GSM capability (two variants: 900/1800/1900 MHz and
850/1800/1900 MHz)
GPRS/EGPRS (EDGE)
Wireless LAN IEEE 802.11b
Symbian Operating System 7.0S Platform with J2ME Personal Profile
environment
In-built VGA camera & Multimedia messaging
Bluetooth audio and data support
USB connectivity (Nokia Connectivity Cable DKU-2)
80 MB of free user memory
Two color (up to 65k colors) displays with
640x200 pixels, Series 80 User Interface
128x128 pixels, Series 40 User Interface
E-mail support: POP3, IMAP,
Email: IMAP4, POP3, SMTP, SyncML
Security: SSL/TLS, Ipsec VPN
Browsing: HTML/XHTML, HTML 4.01, JavaScript 1.3
Office tool support: documents, spreadsheet, presentations

Also unveiled were the Connectivity desk stand for convenient
charging and synchronization with a compatible PC, the Mobile Holder,
which firmly holds the Nokia 9500 communicator in place in the car,
and the Antenna Coupler, which provides a connection to an external
antenna. For personalization, optional color covers are expected to
be available.

Interoperability and Compatibility
Compatible and interoperable with existing IT infrastructures, the
Nokia 9500 Communicator supports remote management using over-the-air
provisioning, PC tools for device management, and customization
capabilities. It also provides IT managers with a cost effective,
easy-to-maintain and frequently updated device base, easing
maintenance and deployment. Based on the Symbian operating system
7.0, JavaTM Personal Profile and MIDP2.0, the Nokia 9500 Communicator
series offers developers a well-known and respected foundation upon
which to build innovative solutions, facilitating forward
compatibility with future members of the new enterprise Communicator
family.

Secure Mobile Connectivity
The Nokia 9500 Communicator supports a broad range of standards-based
security solutions. Data traffic can be effectively secured by a
variety of standard Virtual Private Network (VPN) solutions. For
example, the Nokia Mobile (VPN) solution - consisting of the Nokia
Security Service Manager and the Nokia Mobile VPN Client - integrates
with existing corporate infrastructure and extends the use of IPSec
VPN to mobile devices. Additionally, Symantec plans to provide unique
firewall and antivirus protection with advanced over-the-air update
features. The Nokia 9500 Communicator also supports other key
security features such as device lock and Secure Socket Layer (SSL)
encryption for web-based applications.

Broad IT Industry Endorsement
Leading corporate information and communications technology vendors
are already endorsing and/or supporting the new Communicator series
with applications and software built especially for the new platform.
Nokia's close collaboration with these vendors will provide corporate
customers with best-in-class solutions that enable them to mobilize
business processes, and make effective and secure remote connections
to their existing IT infrastructures.

Companies that have already committed their support for the Nokia
9500 Communicator series include:

Cap Gemini Ernst &Young -@Anyplace Mobility Offerings
Cisco Systems, Inc. -Wireless LAN infrastructure interoperability
Computer Associates -streamlined management of mobile devices
Fujitsu -IT services and solutions provider
HP - mobile printing solutions
IBM - IBM's WebSphere Everyplace software offerings optimized for the
Nokia Communicator
Oracle -Access to Oracle Collaboration Suite - email, files,
calendar, web conferencing, faxes etc.
SAP AG -intends to investigate opportunities for SAP® solutions for
mobile business arising from Nokia's Communicator platform
Symantec -mobile device Internet security solutions, including
firewall and antivirus

Global Developer Support
Forum Nokia, Nokia's global developer program, offers multiple
resources to support developers in building enterprise applications
for the new Nokia 9500 Communicator. SDKs available at launch include
Nokia Communicator SDK 1.0 Beta for Symbian OS 7.0s, Nokia
Communicator MIDP SDK 1.0 Beta for Symbian OS 7.0s, and Personal
Profile Plug-in 1.0 Beta for Nokia Communicator SDK. Developers also
can access more than 20 relevant white papers and documents covering
topics such as migrating both existing Nokia 9200 Communicator
applications as well as existing Series 90 applications to the Nokia
9500 Communicator and guidelines for enterprise development. For more
information and downloads of these resources visit
www.forum.nokia.com/9500.

About Nokia
Nokia is the world leader in mobile communications, driving the
growth and sustainability of the broader mobility industry. Nokia is
dedicated to enhancing people's lives and productivity by providing
easy-to-use and secure products like mobile phones, and solutions for
imaging, games, media, mobile network operators and businesses. Nokia
is a broadly held company with listings on five major exchanges.

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