Microsoft Launches Office Mobile 2010 for Nokia and Windows Mobile Phones

By May 13th, 2010 AT 1:12 PM

Microsoft Corporation India Pvt. Ltd. today announced the launch of Office Mobile 2010. It will soon be available on Windows 6.5 Mobile phones and a broad range of NOKIA smart phones starting with Nokia’s business-optimized range, E-series.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. D Shivakumar, MD and Vice President, Nokia India, said, “If you are going to provide a seamless and integrated productivity experience on a mobile device, we believe Microsoft is an ideal partner. With the mobile device fast emerging as the primary access device for professionals on the move.”

He also added “This alliance will enable us to expand Microsoft Office Mobile 2010 to Nokia smart phone users and allow them to collaborate on Office documents from anywhere. Both Microsoft and Nokia possess a rare combination of enterprise experience and consumer understanding and, together we are working on new and innovative user experiences.”

Mr.Ravi Venkatesan, Chairman, Microsoft India Said “When we set out to reinvent the world’s favorite productivity suite, we discovered that seamless collaboration and anywhere, anytime access to documents are crucial enablers of the next generation of productivity gains. The latest wave of Office 2010 and related products delivers exactly that, along with a host of several other features and enhancements that allow businesses save, innovate and grow.”

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@Suryanarayanan phone gets heated up wen u put it in ua hands for a long time,say usng internet or telephony… And now the prob. Is with ua battry backup,..Check whether u have configured any mail a/c coz it uses net connection after every 5 or 30 mins or given time… Or if u r using 3g network then your phone will give a little less backup…Or it can also b becoz of gps if u r using that feature Tips for saving battry… * Put ua touch vibration level on a basic level say level 1, *put ua network mode… Read more »


I bought a Nokia 5230 mobile on 19th July and within a week it started giving trouble. It is getting heated up and gets discharged completely.Gave it nokia’s authorised service centre twice but they are unable to fix it but return the instrument saying everything is fine with them after keeping it in observation(wonder what sort of observation).
I am flummoxed the way Nokia is handling this case and I am ashamed to say that i have been using nokia phone from the day mobile service was available.

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