Nokia World 2010 debuted today, with the launch of three new smartphones: Nokia E7, Nokia C6 and the C7 model. These handsets are all impressive, but the most appealing of them is the 4 inch E7, also packing a QWERTY keyboard and an 8 megapixel camera. Also, during today’s event the chief of Nokia’s Smartphone section, Anssi Vanjoki confirmed he was leaving the company and said “goodbye”.


This business class handset also packs a punch and comes with an impressive design (that nifty sliding touchscreen part) and we sure hope the device lives up to its legacy: follow-up to the E90 and the best Communicator models. If you’re wondering about the specs, there’s a thick list below:

Size: 123.7 x 62.4 x 13.6 mm
Display: 4 inches, 16:9, 640 x 360 pixels, AMOLED, capacitive
Battery: 1200 mAh Li-Ion, GSM talk time: 540 minutes, standby time (GSM): 430 hours
Connectivity: GSM, WCDMA, GPRS/EDGE, HSDPA/HSUPA, WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0
Memory: 16GB, microSD slot (support for cards of up to 32GB)
Camera: 8MP, dual LED flash, face recognition, 2x digital zoom for stills, 3x digital zoom for video
OS: Symbian^3
Others: accelerometer, proximity sensor, ambient light detector, compass, FM radio, widgets, Ovi Maps

The device will be priced at EUR 495 and it’ll come before the year end. Here’s a presentation video for the smartphone:

[via Nokia Europe]

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