Pre-orders go live for the Nokia E7 in the US & India - priced at $679

Pre-orders go live for the Nokia E7 in the US & India - priced at $679
Are you a US consumer who is tired of picking up a high-end handset that’s all too commonly used by your circle of friends? Well, you now have the opportunity of placing a pre-order for a top tiered Nokia smartphone that’s more than likely guaranteed to be different from the usual sorts out there in the US market.

Granted that it’s already being sold in some markets in Europe, pre-orders are now available for the Nokia E7 in the US and India. Sure it might seem customary to find the handset coming to these two specific markets, but considering the total tally of people in them, it just increases the handset’s potential visibility.

If you’re hungry to get situated with Nokia’s latest flagship devices, you’ll need to shell out $679 out of your pockets – which is a hefty price to pay for something so unique in the US market. However, it’s still probably better than having to purchase it in India where it sells for 35,019 INR – which translates to approximately $777.

Despite throwing the switch on for pre-orders, it’s still not confirmed as to when the devices will actually ship. So for now, we’re playing the waiting game.

source: Nokia via Unwired View

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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



4. Shantanu Paul unregistered

Its costlier than an Iphone 3Gs LOL.

3. IOS5 unregistered

Symbian phones this days it's like collection staff that why the price it's high cuz can't find it any more after one year from now.

1. bob unregistered

seriously, who would buy this phone at this price. I'm a symbian fan, but I would just go ahead and buy an un-contracted atrix which is going to be cheaper and somewhat better memory and speed.

2. Droid_X_Doug

Posts: 5993; Member since: Dec 22, 2010

My first thought when I saw the $679 number was WTF!? Have they not learned anything? There is a reason that Nokia is losing market share to Android and iOS. And it is not because consumers are peeing in their pants to keep warm in winter. Before too long, Nokia is going to be peeing in their pants to keep warm in the summer.

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