Nokia E7 Business Symbian Smartphone Full-tech Reviews

The recently released smartphone by Nokia which uses the Symbian Operating System, the Nokia E7, is the latest Communicator in this distinguished series. With a beautiful and innovative design, the phone competes with some of the smartest designed phones like iPhone 4, HTC Desire S and Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc.

With Nokia Eseries, business is always a cliché. It just makes you feel right, giving you easy access to your email accounts, allowing you to create, edit and share office docs and view PDF files easily, all at the same place. Nokia’s recent partnership with Microsoft announcing that it will be adopting Windows Phone for future high-end smartphones makes the E7 the last in the Symbian series Smartphones by Nokia.

Nokia's E7 is a fantastic looking QWERTY keyboard equipped smartphone for business users.
Despite the fact that Symbian is about to be knocked off the top-spot as the market-leading smartphone platform, Nokia E7 shows that the Eseries are still open for business. The mobile keeps its promise of bringing an extraordinary phone fit for the powerful businessperson. Nokia has done a lot of refining to the design and they also revamped the Symbian 3 operating system, bringing a one-touch user interace that makes it much easier to navigate than previous versions. Some of the prominent features of the phone are:

Design

Taking a number of style cues from the Nokia N8, the E7 has a very premium feel. Made of high-quality materials, including aluminum body and glass AMOLED ClearBlack display, the phone incorporates a QWERTY keyboard and a four-inch capacitive touchscreen. The aluminium casing feels great in the hand. The phone is slightly larger and heavier than the N8, measuring 123.mm tall, 62.4mm wide and 13.6mm thick. This makes it only 0.76mm thicker and 2.54mm longer than the N8. The Nokia E7 weighs 176g.

The E7 has a glass touch screen which has a 640 x 360-pixel resolution. With higher resolutions, the display is clear, bright and sharp. The screen is also very responsive and you can launch apps with only a single tap. The smartphone has three home screens in total, which you can customize with various widgets and shortcuts. Navigating through the screens and menus is no problem. Another great thing about the phone is that the main menu apps is presented in a simple grid format.

Camera

The E7 comes with an 8 megapixel EDOF (Extended Depth of Field) camera with dual-LED flash. The sensors and optics are top notch and they give beautiful shots with superior image processing. Videos are also great in quality, with balanced colors and sharp edges.

Other Specs & Features

With Nokia E7, you can protect your important data with F-Secure Anti-Theft for Mobile. It also makes it very easy for you to manage your social networks and update your status across all networks at the same time. With on-demand Web TV, you can enjoy National Geographic, CNN and many other channels on your phone. Some other prominent features of the phone include:

  • Battery Time: Talk time up to 9hrs, Stand-by time up to 432 hrs
  • Memory: 16GB built-in, 1GB ROM, 256MB RAM
  • Processor: 680 MHz ARM 11, Broadcom BCM2727 GPU
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth v3.0 with A2DP, USB, WLAN (Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n), GPRS Class 32, EDGE Class 32, 3G (HSDPA 10.2 Mbps, HSUPA 2 Mbps)
  • Display: Scratch resistant Gorilla glass display
  • Display Size: 360 x 640 pixels, 4.0 inches, Nokia ClearBlack display, (Accelerometer sensor + Proximity sensor)
  • Display Colour: AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors, Multi-touch input method
  • Browser: WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML, RSS feeds
  • Colors: Dark Grey, Silver White, Green, Blue, Orange

Other Features: Stereo FM radio, TV-out, Dolby Digital Plus via HDMI, Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic, GPS, Document editor, Games.

With all these design and functionality features, the Nokia E7 is no doubt one of the sexiest pieces of hardware you will come across.

Author Bio

Richard Jacobs is a cheif editor at myduiattorney.org who writes about DUI – his latest post was about Cameras & GPS systems used in ignition iterlock devices and how they can be used to help parents track their teens.

No related posts.

Speak Your Mind

*