Today, March 31, marks the availability of Nokia’s highly anticipated business smartphone, the Nokia E7.
If you think that the Nokia N8 is too casual for you, the E7 might just fit the bill. Also running the latest Symbian OS, the Nokia E7 looks like the N8 but it is slightly bigger with a 4-inch ClearBlack display (or what you would know as AMOLED) and a wee bit thicker with its slideout keyboard. It’s not Nokia Communicator-thick by any means and still looks sleek.
The Nokia E7 also has a higher megapixel count at 8mp with dual LED flash. It also has the same HDMI connectivity to project files, videos and images onto large screens. It is no slouch when it comes to your business needs as well. Aside from the typical mail synching through Microsoft Exchange Server, you can also easily create, edit and share office documents. It also has a built-in VPN along with a fast and secure intranet access. You also get to enjoy free drive-by navigation via the Nokia Ovi maps with this phone.
With its combination of multimedia and business features, the Nokia E7 can be your one and only phone to use at home and at the office. The Nokia E7, retailing for Php32,000 comes with the USB adapter which you can use to connect your USB sticks as well as an HDMI adapter (HDMI cable not included). Initially it comes in Dark Grey and Silver White colors. We’ll see the red orange and aqua blue by May.
Any of you guys waiting for this E7? Or are you waiting for the next generation of Android phones instead?