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Nokia launches new business smartphone

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 14 Sep 2010 18:15 User comments (3)

Nokia launches new business smartphone During the Nokia World event, Nokia has launched new smartphones running the latest Symbian^3 mobile operating system.
The company, still the world's largest phone maker, says each of the devices will be integrated with Ovi services and apps.

"Today our fight back to smartphone leadership shifts into high gear," says Niklas Savander, Executive Vice President, Markets, Nokia. "Despite new competition, Symbian remains the most widely used smartphone platform in the world. Our new family of smartphones introduced today feature the all-new Symbian OS, rewritten to be faster, easier to use, more efficient and more developer friendly."

The flagship business device is the Nokia E7:



Touted as a business smartphone, the device adds Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync and secure access to corporate email boxes, alongside a number of business apps.

Additionally, the phone has a 4-inch AMOLED touchscreen, full slide-out keyboard and Nokia ClearBlack technology for improved outdoor visibility. Included are an 8MP camera with dual-LED flash, Dolby Digital Plus surround sound via an HDMI video output, the ability to connect to a USB stick, Flash 10 video support, and a built-in FM radio tuner.

Retail price? EUR 495

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3 user comments

114.9.2010 21:13

I think nokia has always been a solid business phone.

214.9.2010 22:55

They do make good phones...they don't do anything else well, but the actual phone part of the phone tends to be very well made. I have to say, the idea of a truly open source mobile OS is like a sensual massage for my eardrums.

316.9.2010 5:17

Nokia has the most phones currently in circulation, and blackberry has the most "smartphones" currently in circulation (they count all of them...even the old ones with B&W screens).

Yes, android & iPhone sales are quickly eating up smartphone market share...but no one has come along with anything so popular to dominate new sales in the "phone only" segment...so Nokia still does well.

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