Nokia E7 TouchScreen Phone With QWERTY Slider and 8MP camera

Nokia Symbian^3-powered E7 TouchScreen Phone With QWERTY Slider and 8MP camera. Nokia launched a new slider smartphone at the Nokia World 2010 conference in London. The Symbian^3-powered E7 is slightly bigger than the N8 and sports a four-inch, non-capacitive touchscreen running at 640×350 pixel resolution, an eight-megapixel camera with face recognition and dual LED flash on the back, and a secondary VGA camera for video calling.

Fashion-conscious types will love the E7’s aluminum-clad enclosure and its sleek, rounded design. The device weighs in at 176 grams and is 13.6 millimeter thin, which is 4.3 millimeter thicker and a gram lighter than iPhone 4. You’ll be probably sold on the display that utilizes AMOLED technology for vivid colors and low power consumption, in addition to Nokia’s own display technology called ClearBlack Display that claims to further improve outdoor visibility. The rear camera with dual-flash takes eight-megapixel images and records 720p 16:9 video at 25 frames per second.
Nokia E7 TouchScreen Phone With QWERTY Slider and 8MP camera

Billed as the ultimate smartphone for business customers, the E7 features a QWERTY keyboard that slides out horizontally while tilting the display a little bit for prolonged typing in landscape mode. Solidifying its business focus, the E7 comes preloaded with Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync for direct access to corporate email, and apps like Vlingo, IBM Lotus Notes Traveler, Adobe PDF reader, F-SecureAnti-theft, World Traveler, and QuickOffice that lets you edit PowerPoint presentations
on the go.

Also worth mentioning are built-in premium guides from Lonely Planet and Via Micheling for travelling tips, free worldwide satellite car and walk navigation from Ovi Maps, three customizable home screens, and live social updates from Facebook, Twitter, RenRen, and a bunch of others.

Connectivity-wise, the E7 will have you covered with 802.11 b/g/n wireless networking, Bluetooth 3.0 with support for stereo headsets, GPS positioning, and quad-band GSM/EDGE/WCDMA radios that supports HSDPA Cat9 and HSUPA Cat5 for up to 10.2Mbps downlink and 2Mbps uplink, respectively.

Fans of multimedia will appreciate support for Dolby Digital Plus surround sound via an HDMI video output, the ability to connect to a USB stick, Flash 10 video support, buil-in FM radio and music player, the included 16GB microSD memory card, and a micro-USB port for file transfer and charging. The 1200mAh BL-4D battery is rated at nine/five hours of GSM/WCDMA talk time and eighteen/twenty days of GSM/WCDMA standby.

The phone will launch in the fourth quarter of this year in Europe. Available in dark grey, silver white, green, blue, and orange, it’ll retail for €495 (about $650) for a contract-free version. US availability and price weren’t announced at press time. Given its business focus, however, we have no doubt in our mind that Nokia will bring the E7 to the biggest smartphone market in the world.

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