For those who got the Nokia N97 at its early stages and didn’t like what they saw in terms of software, you can stop worrying as the Nokia E7 is different.
Nokia has worked hard ensuring that both the hardware and software experiences be changed, and even though Symbian is a dying platform in the Finnish company’s eyes, there is a lot of support, and software updates will be coming regularly – or so we hope.
There is no doubt that the design is an absolute winner. The modern, sophisticated lines, the clever keyboard and comfortable buttons that appear out of the tilt-out platform are very much inviting to any customer. The only problem are the weight and size, but that’s subjective.
The screen measures a nice 4″ in diagonal length, and it employs AMOLED technology, ensuring vivid colours and deep contrasts, just like we like it.
The Nokia E7 is obviously not a brand new smartphone, but we hope that this article was informative enough for you to have an idea or two about it.