Nokia E7 set to appear in early 2011

Nokia E7 set to appear in early 2011
It was widely expected that the release date of the Nokia E7 will fall within the festive period, but now it seems that we will have to wait a little bit longer - until Q1 of 2011. Take into account that another rumour states that the Nokia E7 is coming to Canada in early Spring 2011, which may be relevant for North America in general. To make it an even bigger mystery, its US carrier is still unknown. At least one thing is clear, though - the UK price of the device is £584.99 ($922).

Pretty much all the details about the Nokia E7 are already known and now a sneak peek of the handset is available as well. To summarise, the Nokia E7 is a look-a-like of its big brother - the Nokia N8 - only minus the 12MP camera (it has 8MP camera with LED flash) and plus an attractive looking physical QWERTY and a 4-inch screen. It uses the new Clear Black Display technology, already seen on the Nokia C6-01, that makes black look really black, not unlike a certain AMOLED technology. Sadly, what most people point as Nokia's downfall is present here as well - the Nokia E7 will run Symbian^3.

source: Three UK via The Nokia Blog

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  • Display 4.0 inches
    640 x 360 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP (Single camera)
    0.3 MP VGA front
  • Hardware , 0.25GB RAM
  • Storage 16GB,
  • Battery 1200 mAh
  • OS Symbian Belle



3. face unregistered

propably they wait to load symbian 3 with upgrades which will be offered for whole line of symbian 3 phones in first quarter of 2011

2. daniel_bargs

Posts: 325; Member since: Nov 27, 2010

nokia? ewww

1. baztah

Posts: 29; Member since: Dec 07, 2010

if only it runs android or full meego.! i dont like symbian ^3, its ugly.! 3 row menu? make it four like what we see on iPhone or other android devices. :P btw, whats the processor of this phone?

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