hayato, 29 Sep 2010I'm just saying that symbian isn't presenting natively the features you have said symbian has ... moreThe first smartphone was called Simon, it was designed by IBM in 1992...
(not Nokia. Nokia copy this technology and few years later made own)
...and shown as a concept product that year at COMDEX, the computer industry trade show held in Las Vegas, Nevada.
i just ordered a htc wildfire, i don´t know why i did this, may be because i can not afford an n8 or an e7, but i belive nokia still does the best phones!
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2010The E7 is not the new communicator...
The new communicator will not be launched until next... moreAlthough I also refuse to believe this is a Communicator successor, Nokia did call it that on social networks when introducing E7.
Unfortunately Nokia has taken a wrong path with smartphones and they remind me of Samsung 5 years ago - mass producing fancy phones without any sense of innovation and respect for 'serious' users. I've been using Nokia since 1999 and I'm sorry to say that E72 will be the last Nokia phone I'll ever buy.
Symbian had great potential back in the days (it was designed to be fast and light) before it was ruined by Nokia's crappy GUI on S60v2/3 phones and earned a "slow OS" tag. Even if it's open source now and Nokia launched Qt which should make it faster it's too late for it. The number of developers for Symbian is dropping (with reason), and I don't understand why after all that talk about Meego (Meamo) E7 gets (beside undeserved E series classification) Symbian instead of it.
Sorry Nokia but overpriced crappy hardware in combination with OS that is doomed is not something on what I want to spend over 5 benjamins.
TC, 29 Sep 2010Buy HTC Desire Z, it is a much better phone especially if you want to edit text and Office Doc... moreI don't think so. But remember, nokia e7 (and all Eseries devices) supports most Microsoft applications than HTC desire. This is made possible through the collaboration of microsoft corporation with nokia last year. For that reason, we can say that nokia is now bringing the microsoft innovations to its business devices not just the microsoft office softwares but also other MS products as well.
simple user, 29 Sep 2010impressive design and specs, unfortunatly resolution (so small on big 4") makes me doubt ... moreIf you are concerned about text readability, I don't think that 360x640 on a 4" screen will be an issue. Text is quite readable on my 3.5" screen with the same resolution.
What will affect text readability will be the font used. Even on this resolution, I think that you can find a font that is readable enough on a 4" screen.
[deleted post]You are partially right but let's see if they can gain their glory back to the smartphone race. Nokia is not totally a loser phone maker. Their hardwares are proven superb and high quality than its rivalries, but they sucks when it comes to software innovations. I like their efforts as of the second half of this year that they gradually improve the symbian os. It is now a very good contender for iOS and android (i guess). Nokia must have a complete departure from the outdated symbian OS for their future symbian^4 and ^5.
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2010Did you know that symbian OS is a power efficient operating system than android and iOS? Yes, ... moreThat's BS, Symbian is slow and sluggish, and no, there's no 1.5GHz Android phone. And the 1GHz ones are much faster than any Symbian device out there.
Anonymous, 29 Sep 2010still having a problem the processor better on 1ghz not 680 mhz and the other thing the batter... moreDid you know that symbian OS is a power efficient operating system than android and iOS? Yes, you read it right! Symbian is exclusively run by ARM 11 processor that is proven to save more power. Its 680mHz processor is more than enough to run the phone smoothly plus the addition of the latest Graphic Processor that accelerates the performance of the device. Android users are currently suffering from low battery performance because their devices run 1Ghz to 1.5Ghz of CPU that kills the battery for a short period of time.
phone_warrior, 29 Sep 2010they should have made e7 a solid "bar type" phone. moving mechanism sucks after year... moreYes, you're right! Time will come that the sliding mechanism of this phone will loose. I hope that nokia will make another symbian^3 device with candy bar in form like the nokia e5,e63 and e71. I hope that it will be an Eseries incorporating with the Touch and Type design and will have 3 inches display + QWERTY keyboard. That's a perfect phone for me. Honestly, i like the design of this phone. The appeal is unique and futuristic. Good job nokia.
still having a problem the processor better on 1ghz not 680 mhz and the other thing the battery willget more lasting with li-po bl-4c.like e71 or n97(for batery only hehehe)
Crystal, 29 Sep 2010How can it be a " Nokia N8 mini pro? " There is nothing mini about the E7, dimention... moreThe E7 is not the new communicator...
The new communicator will not be launched until next year...
simple user, 29 Sep 2010impressive design and specs, unfortunatly resolution (so small on big 4") makes me doubt ... moreBuy HTC Desire Z, it is a much better phone especially if you want to edit text and Office Documents...
impressive design and specs, unfortunatly resolution (so small on big 4") makes me doubt about text readability. And that is suposed to be main purpose of that device. I might change my mind when i have some hands-on experience.
This phone looks cool, i've seen the review in youtube and it was not that bad afterall. I think I'm going to buy this phone if the it's not overprice, because my Samsung i780 suddenly stopped working.
Bye2 nokia..all brandnew nokia just the same ..nothing more like n97 the hanging one
they should have made e7 a solid "bar type" phone. moving mechanism sucks after years of used.slide phones tends to break data cables (ribbons) of the phone