Nokia E7 Boasts of Internal Storage, Multimedia Functions
The smartphone market is expanding with newer handsets being released by competing companies. Nokia, not to be left out in this mad race for better and newer handsets, has released Nokia E7, which seems to a versatile product, offering busy professionals and multimedia enthusiasts tools that are nothing short of being technological marvels.
As far as productivity goes, Nokia E7 can help things to get done even on the move and also has loads of internal storage and comprehensive multimedia compatibility.
A rather generous 16GB onboard storage not only obviates the need for a microSD slot but also allows users to keep all their files, regardless of their nature, right there in their pockets, to be viewed and shared as and when desired. With the advanced Symbian ^3 OS, the four-inch touchscreen using AMOLED technology, and a slide-out keypad, Nokia E7 can be used as a Web browser and for sending messages and e-mails.
If users need to browse the Web on the move, the E7 uses HSDPA in areas with 3G coverage with WiFi offering a faster connection whenever there is access to local wireless networks.
At first glance, it appears that Nokia N8 and E7 are similar in appearance, but a closer inspection will reveal the ergonomically designed slide-out QWERTY keyboard. This is an excellent option to have for those users who prefer a physical keyboard to a touchscreen.
To alert users about incoming calls, messages, social network notifications and more, the Nokia E7 comes equipped with the vibration and ringing modes. To make things a little more interesting, it also has the ability to assign MP3 and WAV files as ringtones.
As far as connectivity features go, GPRS and EDGE are both provided in class 32 versions.The Nokia E7 features a selection of connectivity features to stay connected to the optimum levels when on the move.
An 8-megapixel auto focus camera with a dual LED flash operating at a high pixel resolution has entranced users of Nokia E7. With still images of superior quality and with the ability to shoot HD video in 720 p quality, the camera allows users to create simply stunning videos in HD. Geo-tagging, which operates because of GPS, helps users keep track of where the camera was used.
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Edited by Tammy Wolf