Nokia has announced the Australian availability for its all-in-one business smartphone designed for the BlackBerry’s target market – the corporate worker. Featuring a 4-inch display and a full QWERTY keyboard, it allows the use of both a touchscreen interface or using the keyboard.
The phone will also have an 8-megapixel camera with dual LED flash and geotagging, Ovi integration with its maps and app store, 16GB of internal memory, HDMI connectivity and support for multi-party conference calling, so you can have more than two people on the same call.
Also included are the social networking features, document editing on the go and corporate security features, such as VPN support. It will also include support for instant messaging services Yahoo, AIM, Windows Live, Gtalk and MySpace (depending on carrier and region) and its own Ovi Chat.
It will not run on Windows Phone 7. Nokia is pushing out its standard phones as usual before the end of the year as it still continues the process of switching to the new OS from Symbian.
The phone is slated to be on Optus and Vodafone’s network from April. Gallery is below, after the jump.