Nokia E7 Business Phone Details, Specifications, Features, Pricing and Availability

Written By Sam on 15 September 2010

Expanding its family family of Symbian devices, Nokia has introduced a touchscreen and QWERTY business device, E7. This Eseries model boasts Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync support alongside a 4-inch tilting AMOLED touchscreen display that uses the company’s Clearblack technology for improved outdoor visibility. The Nokia E7 also comes with a slide out four-row QWERTY keyboard, an 8-megapixel snapper capable of recording 720p HD video, allows up to three customisable home screens, and comes complete with 16GB of on-board storage. The phone is laden with features that essentially covers business and multimedia requirements.

Nokia E7 Business Features

With Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync on board, the phone enables users to access real-time e-mails with Mail for Exchange. You can work on documents, review spreadsheets, or read and edit slides and even view PDF files with Adobe Reader. Connectivity features include access to IM services (Windows Messenger, Ovi chat and more) and live updates from Facebook and Twitter on the homescreen. As a business device, the Nokia E7 comes sporting a raft of security features including business grade device lock and wipe functionality, secure intranet access (with the built-in VPN) and remote device management. Some business apps the phone includes are Ovi Maps, F-Secure Anti-Theft solution, Vlingo voice recognition app, World Traveler app, and other business, messaging and entertainment-related apps from Ovi Store. The phone also supports automatic switching between WCDMA and GSM bands. For customers on the move, the phone comes with ‘travel-friendly 18 days of standby time and up to 9 hours of talktime’.

Nokia E7 Multimedia Features

The Nokia E7 boasts an HDMI connection and Dolby Digital Plus Surround Sound. With the 8-megapixel camera, users will be able to shoot and edit HD quality images (including 720p video) and sound. The camera enables comes with face detection software and offers zoom up to 2x (digital) for still images and up to 3x (digital) for videos. Other camera features include pinch to zoom, Automatic location/geotagging of images and videos, support for download, streaming, and progressive download besides video editing and access to on demand WebTV widgets. You can watch and upload videos straight to YouTube and even enjoy on-demand Web TV. However, you must note some services may be available only via downloading or dependent on the market. So, you may want to check with your dealer to find out which services you will actually be able to avail of.

The device will hit the stores in a range of colours (dark grey, silver white, green, blue and orange) and will be available in the last quarter of 2010. You may need to shell out something around €495 if you are planning to buy Nokia E7.

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