The Nokia E7 is no doubt a looker thanks to its solid construction and premium choice of materials, but as it stands right now, it might seemingly follow in the same footsteps of other Nokia flagships. Specifically, it might not be able to muster up a following here stateside, and that’s partly because of the lack of any carrier offering. Again, you’ll need to head on over to Nokia’s online store and shell out a staggering $680 just to experience the very best from Nokia – which is regarded by some as being higher than the normal price.
Honestly, it really is super pricey, but then again, that’s the price you’ll have to pay in order to show off such a rare device here in the US. However, if you don’t care about the keyboard and just want to experience Symbian^3, your best option is to buy a Nokia Astound on-contract when it’s released.
source: Nokia via IntoMobile