Nokia’s upcoming flagship smartphone, the Nokia E7, is a bigger, sleeker version of the popular Nokia N8 slapped with a sliding full qwerty keyboard.
We got our hands on a review unit yesterday took a couple of shots to share.
Just like the N8, the E7 comes in a variety of colors — dark grey, silver white, green, blue, orange.
Nokia E7 specs:
4 inches polarized, AMOLED, capacitive touch screen @ 640Ã—360 pixels
Nokia ClearBlack display
Gorilla glass display
680MHz ARM 11 processor
Broadcom BCM2727 GPU
16GB mass memory
350 MB internal memory
256MB RAM, 1024MB ROM
8MP camera with dual LED flash
720p HD video recording @ 25fps
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
HSDPA 10.2MBps, HSUPA 2.0Mbps
GPS w/ aGPS support
FM radio with RDS
The unit is pretty solid and heavy on the hands, mostly due to the size and the metallic body construction.
With the Nokia N8’s reputation with it’s excellent 12MP camera, I’m expecting it’s fraternal twin — the Nokia E7, will deliver the same photo quality.
Still feeling my way around Symbian^3 OS since it’s been a long time I have not used one (since the 5800XM a few years back). Will post full review early next week and share the verdict.
As for the local price, we’re still not sure but if the N8 came out at around Php23k, I’m confident the Nokia E7 will just go for around Php25k to Php28k.
Disclosure: Nokia is an advertiser on this blog for the Nokia E7.