Nokia Messaging Hits The Nokia 5800

The wait for all you S60 5th Edition owners is over, the beta labs has just churned out the latest beta of the Nokia Messaging client for the Nokia 5800 and the upcoming N97. It packs the Nokia Messaging usuals like Push email delivery, IMAP subfolders and mobilizing up to ten mailboxes including Windows Live Hotmail, Yahoo! and Gmail.

Some of the highlights specific to the S60 5.0 client:

  • Even easier program navigation with support for ‘tap & hold’ contextual functionality
  • The client is completely fingertip-operated, no stylus required
  • Functions both in landscape and portrait views
  • Message previews in the inbox view
  • Displays address book contact photos in messages

2 thoughts on “Nokia Messaging Hits The Nokia 5800”

  1. I’m not a Nokia 5800 user (yet). So, does it mean, that there are 2 different email clients on the 5800: one is a casual default email client in which one sets up POP3 accounts, and the other one is this Nokia Messaging which collects all my emails on Nokia’s servers and delivers them to the phone? If this is the case, the two can work simultaneously? Both will show incoming email alerts? Can I set one of them as the default email application?

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