Nokia is set to unveil the E7 during Nokia World?
This article contains unofficial information.
Based on a report by Reuters, the world's number one handset maker is expected to unveil the Nokia E7 – a device that's said to offer a large touchscreen and a full QWERTY keyboard. The information regarding the new handset is slim, but naturally, it's pegged to be announced in London on September 15 during Nokia World. In the last few years, the Finnish maker has been unable to answer back to the strong showcasing from devices like the iPhone – which has taken a good piece of market share from them. Regardless, we'll see if this device will truly contend on the same level with the competition.
1. DroidCLH (unregistered) posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:48 0 0
lol, everything nokia makes is a polished turd compared to other offerings, the only cool thing they've done in the last year is slap a 12 megapixel camera on the N8.
4. jpropin posted on 07 Sep 2010, 12:54 0 0
Compared to beauties like the Behold II and the Cliq Family, they are polished gold turds.
5. derp (unregistered) posted on 07 Sep 2010, 13:06 0 0
you must be talking about every phone that motorola has released in the last 10 years. they basically coined the term polished turd.
2. PhoneLuver posted on 07 Sep 2010, 02:22 0 0
I think their sales are going to suffer after the much hyped, but crappy N97. Most buyers are very wary of Nokia these days. Their software has generally been buggy lately, so let's wait and see.. Which version of Symbian is it running? Nokia should create 2 common and upgradeable platforms. One for low end devices and the other for high-end.. Also make the upgrade process easier. This way you'll have more compatible apps all around. Oh and how about a proper e-mail client?!? If Windows could and Android and Apple can.. Why is it taking so long for Nokia to come up with something decent?
3. pathmarkpolice posted on 07 Sep 2010, 07:56 0 0
Nokia really had a winner with MeeGo. Despite the n900 being considered a "geek only" phone for hardcore techies, it still sold fairly well, despite it's bulky size and (comparatively) weak 600mhz cpu. I think in a sleeker device with a capacitive screen and a 1ghz cpu (or more) with a little better battery life and some small imrpovements to the OS, Nokia could have a real winner on their hands. Or they could just try to force symbian down people's throats, their choice.
6. Azurus360 (unregistered) posted on 08 Sep 2010, 07:45 0 0
i dont know ..... why did nokia fell back ??? once it was the master of mobile phones at the moment others launched their touchscreen smartphones , nokia started to suffer i just hope tht the N8 and so - called E7 , will bring back nokia's position