Nokia Opens Pre-Booking for Much Anticipated E7 in India

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Nokia has triggered the sales process for much anticipated Nokia E7 – well known as business extension of Nokia N8 – for business users in India with a pre-booking price tag of Rs 35,019/-. First introduced in august last year, E7 is loaded with 4inch super AMOLED touch screen and additional slider QWERTY keypad which provide a smooth and superb control over text messaging and rich Internet experience.

Loaded with latest (or probably the last version) of Symbian 3 platform, E7 holds 16 GB of internal memory with USB port which allows users to connect any external USB device and play the content directly on the phone. We had reviewed the E7 way back in August last year when Nokia introduced revolutionary N8 smartphone for great media experience.

Though it took some time for E7 to reach to India, still it holds all features which can charm any business users unless he is very much influenced with the technology scalability and particular about the sustainability of Symbian 7.

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However, algorithms have been completely changed for Nokia, so the priority now. Therefore We can’t say what will be the future of E7 or whether we should opt for any smartphone Nokia during the time when company is going through major transition. Here is a hands-on video review of Nokia E7 which will showcase most of the features in action.

People who are interesting to go for E7, can pre-book the phone by login onto www.nokia.co.in/E7 and filling out a small form with the preference of the nearby Nokia Priority dealer. In Post 24 hours of filling that form, you will receive a call from selected priority dealer with current offers. People can pay Rs 3000/- in order to preserve their booking.

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