Sorry, I couldn’t resist!  No the Moto Q is not the only claimed BlackBerry killer – a term that even this ardent Pocket PC addict scoffs at.  You can check out this post over at Engadget Mobile detailing the upcoming Nokia E62 on the Cingular network.  Apparently, while it does not have UMTS or WiFi, it does support GoodLink, BlackBerry Connect, Microsoft Direct Push, and support for POP email accounts.

Like the Moto Q and the BlackBerry 8700 series, it has a QVGA screen, and extensive Bluetooth support.

If you are in the market for a mobile email device, this is a great time to be shopping – so many options!

Via: Engadget Mobile

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