Nokia is off to a yet another great start and ahead of the competition as they revealed another high-end smartphone for the business centric user. They rekindled the old school brick type Nokia 9000 Communicator and launched it in a thinner, lighter (merely 176 grams) and trendier design and named it as the Nokia E7.
The Nokia E7 is most likely the first smartphone from the renowned Finnish company that has a polarized 640Ã—360 pixels AMOLED capacitive touch screen, successfully breaking the 4-inch barrier. It’s also appealing that they’ve included the full touch and full QWERTY keyboard in a slider form factor. Nokia E7 comes with an 8 MP camera with dual LED flash and a 16 GB on-board storage that helps the user record and edit 720p HD at 25fps video on the fly. It also offers a 1200mAH battery with extended life that can last 18 days of standby time and up to 9 hours of talk time. Nokia E7’s business features include support for Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, Mail for Exchange, Microsoft Communicator Mobile and Microsoft Share Point Server. This hot new gadget will interestingly run on the Symbian 3 platform. It also has the usual features like Bluetooth 3.0, WiFi, HSDPA at 10.2MBps, HSUPA at 2.0Mbps and GPS.
Unlike its 1996 predecessors which were mostly black and grey, the Nokia E7 will be available in Dark Grey, Silver White, Green, Blue and Orange choice of colors.