Nokia India today announced the launch of its latest touchscreen and Qwerty keypad based smartphone Nokia E7. With the launch Nokia adds a new smartphone to its portfolio, which the company claims and has positioned directly at business users.
In terms of looks and appearance, this phone resembles the Nokia N8 but adds a few millimetres to the width and depth owing to the Qwerty keypad and a bigger four inch display.
E7 features a four inch Amoled display with a 360 x 640 resolution. At the core of device you will find a 680 Mhz Arm cortex processor with a dedicated graphics engine.
Connectivity options are plenty that includes WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0 with A2DP, GPRS, HSPA and even USB on the go, which allows users to connect USB devices directly with the E7 with the help of an adapter.
The capacitive touchscreen does well in all scenarios and the processor is good for multi tasking but tends to slow down a bit with more applications to handle simultaneously.
The camera is a bit of a disappointment, although Nokia has added an eight megapixel camera but it remains a fixed focus one and comes with LED flash.
The company has priced this phone at Rs 29,999 and will be available across all major and small retailers throughout the country from today onwards.