Nokia releases Symbian-based E7 to Optus and Vodafone

Nokia releases Symbian-based E7 to Optus and Vodafone

The Finnish vendor's new smartphone from will be available in April.

Nokia E7

Nokia E7

Nokia has released its Symbian OS –based smartphone, the Nokia E7, to Optus and Vodafone.

The Finnish mobile phone vendor had previously flagged plans to ditch the Symbian OS its primary smartphone platform, choosing instead to move forward with Microsoft’s Windows 7 phone OS join at the hip]]. E7 uses the new Symbian^3 platform.

Aimed squarely at business users, The QWERTY keyboard E7 carries a 4-inch AMOLED touchscreen, an 8-megapixel camera with flash which can also capture high-definition (HD) video.

It supports real-time access to emails through Microsoft’s Exchange server. With Microsoft Office on-board, users can edit Word, PowerPoint and Excel documents on the go. Adobe PDFs can also be viewed on the device.

E7 comes with voice guided navigation with Ovi Maps. Additional apps can be downloaded through the Ovi Store.

It has 16GB internal memory with 256MB RAM.

Nokia E7 retails for $929 and will be available in April.

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