Anonymous, 25 Sep 2010alot of guys like you've been complaining about n8/e7 battery life!what would you say about th... morebefore replying to comment how about taking the time to actually read it? I never complained about battery life, in fact my reply was towards someone claiming that Nokia is better than other phone manufacturers due to better battery life. In which i responded to the remark of my Galaxy S indeed lasting a full day without a need for recharge. How about you compare both phones then? Galaxy S vs Nokia N8/E7/N900? The Galaxy S has a higher clocked prcoessor consuming more battery, push gmail, and is constantly connected to a social network if you want to set it that way, yet it last just as long as any Nokia mobile media devices(E7 is not a mobile media device). How do you explain that? How many Nokia phones are using a prcoessor clocked at 1Ghz and above? None. So why does it get battery life only as good as a more powerful device?
ShameOnNokia, 25 Sep 2010... really? Original? Wasn't it Nokia that dissed on apple for not having replaceable batterie... morealot of guys like you've been complaining about n8/e7 battery life!what would you say about the htc desire hd with it's 4.3" 480*800 display 1ghz proc and it comes with the same battery capacity as the n8/e7!
Crystal, 25 Sep 2010The E7 has full focus, or i.e Enhanced fixed focus. This more than adequate for a business device.If you've read any of the reviews, the full-focus is a joke. It has the ability to have everything in focus beyond a certain distance. Meaning that you are not able to take close up and macro shots like you can with the N8. Read the article on mynokiablog about the E7.
And for those who says the N900 was fast, guess why it was fast? Nokia didn't use their regular cpu/gpu. The N900 had a version of the Cortex A8 which is the same SoC as Iphone 3GS and Samsung Galaxy S.
Crystal, 25 Sep 2010Yes it does have it, as indicated in the Nokia website.Thanks for clarifying things. According to Nokia's website you seem to to be right about native VoIP integration(as opposed to an Email which I recently received from a Nokia customer representative, stating that Noka is intent on "only improving its Skype integration".) I guess we'll have to wait and see for ourselves.
Like you, I also like this phone but I do have some understanding for all the people bashing on Nokia for failing to make their recent phones more user friendly and stable...take for example the N97 which was heavily advertised by Nokia before it was even officially released; almost two years later the OS is still laggy and sluggishly unresponsive, causing a lot of freezes and many other undesired actions including system crashes.
I seriously hope that Nokia will make things right this time with the new Symbian3 or Android will eventually destroy Symbian in the long run....
The E7 has full focus, or i.e Enhanced fixed focus. This more than adequate for a business device.
first of al i wud like 2 say dat it has memory card slot and about processor it has 680 mhz processor but it has gpu also which dey havent mention
hayato, 25 Sep 2010Less than a day of battery life is not good enough. I really appreciate that other phone ma... more... really? Original? Wasn't it Nokia that dissed on apple for not having replaceable batteries? Guess what, Nokia N8 doesn't have an easily replaced battery as well. I don't know about you but I get a full day worth on my Galaxy S, thats with minimal browsing, tethering, and video play. The E71 gets good battery life but thats because you can barely do anything with it, have you seen any reviews with the N8 saying that it gets awesome battery life? So just because Nokia refuses to compete with a competent product they're "not following the crowd"? Seems more like to me that Nokia is merely relying on their brand name status more than originating themselves from everyone else. Guess what, that isn't working, profit numbers show this. If all you need a phone for is to make and receive calls then you have no need for the E7 or the N8, get yourself a Motorola RAZR those have awesome battery life. These phones aren't marketed as simple phones, they're marketed as fully functional mobile media devices with phone capabilities, and for the record the N900 couldn't go a full day without recharge either ;)
nokia lover , 25 Sep 2010NO Anodized aluminum casing??????????????? come on nokia!!!!!!!!!!! when do you build a com... moreThe E7 DOES HAVE a anodised aluminium casing! Thats why it is so heavy....
Dam I am the only one defending this phone?
Anonymous, 25 Sep 2010don't crap daniel! symbian 3 is slow and work on old software engine and need MORE power and... moreSymbian^3 might look the same as older Symbians, but is pretty much redone all the way for touch screen devices
NO Anodized aluminum casing??????????????? come on nokia!!!!!!!!!!! when do you build a complex phone ????? N8 will be best if it got 4" display or QWERTY , come on nokia be nice
Nice try from Nokia but compromised again like many times before:
1. 256 MB RAM,
Could they finally change this "to much" conservative aproach?
dis is the the worst phone i have seen in my life the worst phone e7
daniel, 24 Sep 2010nope the processor is fine, symbian 3^ is a very light operating system that could run with a ... moredon't crap daniel!
symbian 3 is slow and work on old software engine and
need MORE power and optimization!!!
Does anybody know whether the E7 will feature a native VoIP client as it was the case with most of its E-series predecessors (E70, E71, E75, etc.)?
Any comments or replies are highly appreciated.