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MSRP $599.99
Release date September, 2010
Brand Nokia
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The Nokia E7 is a mid-cost business-oriented smartphone. You can access both your work and private e-mails from the same view on this phone, receiving e-mails directly from Hotmail, Yahoo!, Gmail, Ovi Mail and others. You can also create and share documents, PDF files, and PowerPoint slides with the E7. You can sync the calender on this phone up with Microsoft Outlook. This smartphone is in the slider style, and comes with a full QWERTY keyboard (which is ideal for quickly inputting info). The E7 also has fully integrated social networks, so that you can receive Twitter and Facebook updates on your home screen, as well as post comments and pictures from the home screen. The E7 runs on the Symbian ^3 OS, which allows you to run multiple applications at once without seriously affecting your battery power. This operating system also allows you to create your own applications. The Nokia E7 smartphone comes with the F-Secure Anti-Theft technology, so that you can be assured that your sensitive information will be kept safe. There are color options for the Nokia E7 smartphone.

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solid Nokia build quality - solid slider mechanism, no creaks or cheap feeling portions

quality build materials - crafted from a single piece of aluminum, glass display

standard microUSB port

HDMI output for playback of media directly onto compatible displays / HDTVs

beautiful 4" AMOLED display - impressive quality

beautifully designed slide out QWERTY keyboard

great sound quality (quality speaker and noise canceling microphone) - expected from Nokia

great battery life - lasts over 3 days

8MP camera with dual LED flash, 720p video capabilities

16GB of internal storage

FM radio

3G, Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity

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heavy at 176g (compared to the already sizable iPhone 4 at 137g)

lower than average 360 x 640px resolution on a large display

runs Symbian^3 - outdated EOL platform that won't be developed for, doesn't approach the user friendliness and popularity amongst app developers as Android, iOS

laggy interface - caused by the slower-than-average 680MHz processor

camera isn't the high quality version found on the N8 - lower resolution 8MP sensor with no autofocus

no memory card slot for external storage expansion

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