Nokia Launches the X7, Pack With Symbian ‘Anna’ For Extreme Entertainment

Nokia just launched Nokia X7, its first 4-inch entertainment smartphone made from toughened glass and seamless stainless steel. The X7 offers unique and durable design with the latest Symbian operating system, Symbian Anna, it’s a fast and fluid experience from browsing the web to scrolling through your music collection.

Some of the notable specs include:

– 4-inch capacitive AMOLED display offers 16 million colours and a resolution of 640 x 360 pixels.
– Screen made of Corning Gorilla Glass, so it won’t shatter if you lose control during a drive around Asphalt 5 HD.
– 8-megapixel full focus camera
– 720p video recording and with a dual LED flash.
– Comes with 8GB memory card pre-installed, with up to 350MB built-in operating memory. It can support MicroSD cards up to 32GB.

The device measures 119.7 x 62.8 x 11.9mm (thinner at the edges) and weighs 146g. It offers Pentaband 2G/3G network connectivity and 802.11 b/g/n WiFi support. It offers a 3.5mm audio connector for headphones.
The 1200mAH battery is rated for up to 450 hours standby and 4.5 hours talktime on a 3G network – longer over GSM.

As you would expect, the Nokia X7 comes with free walk-and-drive navigation through the latest Ovi Maps. There’s messaging through Nokia Email and you can connect to Facebook, Twitter and RenRen (in China) using Nokia Social. It comes with Galaxy on Fire HD and Asphalt 5 HD preinstalled. And there’s thousands more great games and apps on Ovi Store.

The Nokia X7 will be available in Q2 2011 and, before taxes and operator subsidies, it will cost €380.


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