This is our very first video, and our first smartphone on our disposal. The full video review will be available next week, presenting the specifications, positive and negative facts, and any other features of the Nokia E7. In the first place, the design is almost perfect, even supporting a full QWERTY keyboard which works nice. It has a brilliant 8MP camera with dual LED flash, which in my opinion, works even better than the 12MP Nokia N8 camera (I’ve made pictures and videos with both).
Underneath the box is a 3.5 mm in-ear headset, microUSB charger and cable, the user guide and the two HDMI cables.
When we turn on the phone, some people might happen to be… really upset. Symbian^3, you guessed it. Even if they fixed some bugs related to multitasking and other things, it still has a lot of work to do, although the best thing would be to switch to Windows Phone 7 as soon as possible.
Check out the full review next week on Mobile-Factor.com!
Lucky Finns… The Nokia E7 handset finally arrived in some of the stores in Finland – after nearly 5 months of waiting – being one of the most awaited and appreciated device from Nokia. In addition, E7 is a remake of the Nokia N8 featuring a pleasant and clean full sliding QWERTY keyboard. The price is exactly €495, excluding taxes or subsidies.
Nokia E7 supports the latest Symbian^3 version, having a 4-inch touchscreen display featuring the new ClearBlack Nokia tech, which noticeably increases the visibility of the display outdoors. The most exciting aspect about the handset is the tilt-sliding 4-row full QWERTY keyboard. It has a 16 GB onboard storage and an 8MP camera with dual LED flash along with the 720p video recording capability.
On the other side, Engadget found an unannounced Nokia handset being named Nokia E6-00. E6 is a QWERTY candybar device, featuring an 8MP camera with dual LED flash, front-facing camera for video calling and a possible VGA display. We’ll see if the new found Nokia whether will, or not be introduced at MWC 2011.