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14th October 2014 – 1 comment
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Whatever you need from a smartphone, you'll find in the peerless Nokia E7. With its enterprise class email and QWERTY keyboard, it's brimming with appeal for business users. And the onboard media player and social networking features mean it's got fun covered too.
Does mobile messaging get any easier than it is with the Nokia E7? No, is the answer. Thanks to this great handset's physical QWERTY keyboard you'll be able to compose messages in a fraction of the time it takes with a fiddly touchscreen. And there's more. The E7 also offers push email and Mail for Exchange support, so you'll receive messages in real time and be able to respond to them in a trice.
And if you need a device that allows you to attend to work, the E7 has got your name on it. The handy email attachment editor, means you can view PDFs and create and work on documents directly on your handset.
Frequent traveller? You're in for a treat with the E7. Nokia has pre-installed its excellent mapping software Nokia Maps, which is free to use for life. This combines with GPS support to provide you with turn by turn directions to get you wherever you're going as easily as possible.
And to keep you entertained, the E7 has been equipped with a fantastic media player, so you can enjoy all your favourite music and movies. Or you can check in with your friends on social networking sites and even update your profile.
Other features of the E7 include an eight megapixel camera with HD video recording, the option to set your calendar and sync it with Microsoft Outlook, an array of customisation choices for the handset's layout and homescreen, web browser, multi-tasking, video calling, hands-free speaker and much, much more.