Nokia E7 will be one of the first Nokia smartphones to run on the new Symbian^3 operating system. The new smartphone of Nokia was released at the Nokia World Event. With the help of the new smartphones running on the revamped Symbian platform, Nokia expects to offer some tough competition to the Apple and Android phones. According to Niklas Savander, the executive vice president of the Finnish company, the updated Symbian operating system will be faster, more efficient, more easier to use and more developer friendly.
The new Nokia smartphone features a 4-inch touch sensitive display. The AMOLED screen of the smartphone will produce vivid images and the ClearBlack technology, integrated in the device, will ensure improved outdoor visibility. The 14mm thin Nokia E7 slides open to reveal a QWERTY keyboard. Nokia has packed E7 will a number of entertainment features. The 8 megapixel camera of the smartphone could capture high-definition videos. The HD videos recorded with the Nokia E7 camera could be uploaded on social networking sites, such as YouTube, directly from the smartphone handset. You can even watch the HD videos on your HDTV. Nokia E7 supports on-demand Web TV. You can watch your favorite TV channels such as CNN and National Geographic on your Nokia E7 handset.
Nokia E7 offers impressive communication features. You can exchange personal and business emails and chat through prominent instant messaging services including Ovi Chat and Windows Messenger. The upcoming Nokia smartphone supports threaded SMS conversation. You can check the live updates from Twitter and Facebook and update your status from the home screen of the smartphone. The built-in VPN supports fast and secure intranet access. Nokia E7 users could create, edit and share documents and read PDF files on the smartphone.
From the Ovi Store, you can download apps. The new Nokia device will offer free lifetime GPS navigation with voice guidance. The F-Secure Anti-Theft software has been preloaded in the device to ensure the safety of the data stored in the E7 handset. Vlingo, the voice recognition software loaded in the smartphone, will support voice command.
Nokia E7 will hit the stores at the end of the year for $640.