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Nokia E7-00 Single SIM Blue

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Long product name Nokia E7-00 Single SIM Blue :
The short editorial description of Nokia E7-00 Single SIM Blue

16:9 nHD 640 x 360, GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900, Bluetooth 3.0, GPS, VGA, 640 x 480, 16GB, mp3, 176g, blue
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Short summary description Nokia E7-00 Single SIM Blue:
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Nokia E7-00, 10.2 cm (4"), 640 x 360 pixels, Symbian OS, 3, Blue
Long summary description Nokia E7-00 Single SIM Blue :

Nokia E7-00. Display diagonal: 10.2 cm (4"), Display resolution: 640 x 360 pixels, Display type: AMOLED. SIM card capability: Single SIM, 3G. Operating system installed: Symbian OS, Operating system version: 3. Battery capacity: 1200 mAh. Colour of product: Blue. Weight: 176 g

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2011-09-21
Testseek has collected 186 expert reviews for Nokia E7-00 blå and the average expert rating is 69 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
69%
Source Review comments Score
whatmobile.net
Updated:
2014-04-04
Nokia has always had outstanding design and build quality with their Eseries devices, so with the E7 tipped as the new Communicator the question is; can it live up to high expectations – especially with all that has gone on recently?Whilst the E7 doesn’t...
100%
digitalversus.com
Updated:
2011-09-21
The E7 supports all of the protocols users need to keep right up to date, including 3G/3G+, WiFi n, Bluetooth 3.0 and GPS. During our tests, it didn't have any problems at all with staying connected to the network: reception is good and the E7 does a g...
Good Build quality and handling, Keyboard, Good battery life, Bright screen with good contrast...
Bad Interface isn't very userfriendly and showing its age, Keyboard is stiff to slide out, Could be faster...
Bottom line The E7 is a good solid smartphone that is generally responsive. It does a good job of meeting the needs of its target audience: busy professionals who need great battery life but don't want to miss out on a few multimedia extras...
80%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-21
Nokia's eagerly awaited E7 is a professional smartphone aimed at business users, and thus comes with a number of enterprise-friendly features, including a hideaway Qwerty keyboard to make text entry easier, an Office suite, built-in VPN and support for...
Good Sturdy, excellent 4in screen, Qwerty keypad, Quickoffice suite, HDMI output for presentations, built-in remote lock and wipe tool...
Bad Integrated battery, relatively heavy, Symbian user interface still leaves much to be desired...
Bottom line Nokia's E7 is, on paper at least, one of the best smartphones available for corporate and professional users. The handset exudes quality, and its physical keyboard, Exchange support, office suite and the ability to give presentations, all add up to an...
80%
electricpig.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-21
It’s been more than half a year since the Nokia E7 was first announced – and even now it’s still not on sale in the UK, with first pre-orders shipping in late April. However, we’ve managed to land a finished review unit of the big, beautiful QWERTY...
Good the Nokia E7's screen mirroring thorugh HDMI no paying £35 for an adapter hereIt’s a shame really, as Symbian at its core is incredibly powerful. 3D games look great and run smoothly, you can plug USB memory sticks and devices into the phone by way of the adaptor provided, and comfortably use it as a make shift set top box for your telly. The Nokia E7 played every video we threw at it, from AVI...
Bad Symbian is still Symbian...
Bottom line It's a marvellous piece of hardware, but still a risky purchaseThe Nokia E7 is an incredible feat of engineering, and fills us with hope for Nokia’s first play into Windows Phone 7, expected some time in 2012. But that’s a long way off still, and Symbi...
80%
techgeek.com.au
Updated:
2014-03-23
Nokia E7 has already hit Australia, and targets both the business-orientated or the social person. It blends Nokia's simplistic design and excellent, high-grade hardware. But the most important fact is Symbian. Has it improved since we last seen the OS in...
Good 8MP camera, Ovi Maps, multimedia features, solid design...
Bad Symbian^3, web browser performance lags, social network options limited...
75%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-21
The Nokia E7 is the company’s latest for phone for business and, in keeping with the styling makeover first seen on the N8, it features a sleek aluminium casing with tapered ends and a big 4in screen. Indeed, it could easily be mistaken for an N8 at fi...
Bottom line The E7 looks great, its gleaming metal body resembling the unibody design of a Mac laptop. The camera is strong, delivering detailed, highly usable results, even if it lacks the stand-out 12Mp snapper of the N8. And battery life is exceptional. Overal...
75%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2011-09-21
Quick review Full review Images (5) News Related It seems like we’ve been waiting for the Nokia E7 for a very long time. First announced last summer it has finally arrived with Symbian 3, slide-out QWERTY keyboard, 8-megapixel camera with HD video reco...
Good Top notch build quality, excellent screen and QWERTY keyboard, 8 megapixel camera with HD video recording, HDMI output...
Bad Symbian OS, bulky build...
Bottom line A potentially terrific mobile office, let down by the Symbian operating system’s lack of usabilityKey specs3.5mm jack, 8 megapixels, Bluetooth, FM radio, GPRS, GPS, GSM, HDMI, HSDPA, Li-ion battery, microSD, MP3 player, QWERTY keyboard, Touchscreen, Wi...
70%
smarthouse.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-08
There's no point beating about the bush, the Nokia E7 is in a funny old situation. Nokia has essentially put the brakes on developing the Symbian software upon which it runs, in favour of using Windows for its future smartphones. This was bad enough fo...
Good Great screen; superb keyboard; good battery life;...
Bad Styling and build quality is disappointing; Software is slow to use; camera lacks autofocus function;...
70%
channelnews.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-08
Nokia is struggling to get traction up against an avalanche of new Android based phones. So is their new E7 an Android killer?There's no point beating about the bush, the Nokia E7 is in a funny old situation. Nokia has essentially put the brakes on dev...
Good Great screen; superb keyboard; good battery life;...
Bad Styling and build quality is disappointing; Software is slow to use; camera lacks autofocus function;...
70%
itreviews.com
Updated:
2011-09-21
Nokia's recent deal with Microsoft means its higher-end smartphones will soon be coming with Windows Phone as their operating system. But in the short term, Nokia's top-of-the-range OS is ^3, a touch-friendly version of Symbian. ^3 isn't universally p...
Good 8megapixel camera; solid chassis; slide out keyboard...
Bad Symbian ^3 does not appeal to all; heavy to carry.
Bottom line Symbian is coming to the end of its lifespan as an operating system for Nokia's higher-end smartphones, and ^3 doesn't feel particularly sophisticated. Knowing this makes the E7 feel dated, despite some high-end specifications...
60%
recombu.com
Updated:
2014-04-02
The Nokia E7 is its latest slide-out keyboard phone, a smartphone packed with Symbian.Taking the body shape and several other design cues from the Nokia N8, and a keyboard not too dissimilar to the year-old N97, how does Nokia’s latest stand-up against...
Bottom line The solid build and very useable keyboard are both things we've come to expect from Nokia's high-end smartphones, as is the (generally) superb performance from its cameras. But Symbian, the stuff it all runs on, is slow, and just doesn't stand up to ot...
60%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-21
The Nokia E7 is a Symbian-based smartphone with a 4in screen and a hardware qwerty keyboard. Nokia may be ditching its Symbian mobile phone operating system and switching to Windows Phone 7, but that hasn't stopped the Finnish company releasing the...
Bottom line The Nokia E7 is a superbly built smartphone with an excellent display, a great keyboard and very impressive specifications. But smartphones are no longer about the specifications as much as the entire user experience, and it's here where the E7 fails...
60%
techradar.com
Updated:
2011-09-21
If beauty were only screen deep, the Nokia E7 series would stand a good chance in a Miss Handset competition, even up against the likes of the iPhone 4, HTC Desire S and Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc. This QWERTY keyboard phone boasts a four-inch capacitive...
Good Easy to view screen, HDMI-out port, HD video recording, Classy chassis, Great keyboard...
Bad High price, Outdated software, Poor UI, Unintuitive media experience, Clunky browser...
Bottom line If beauty were only screen deep, the Nokia E7 series would stand a good chance in a Miss Handset competition, even up against the likes of the iPhone 4, HTC Desire S and Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc. This QWERTY keyboard phone boasts a four-inch capacitive...
60%
fonehome.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-21
The Nokia E7 might look like an oversized Nokia N8 at an initial glance, but there’s far more to it than that. With Nokia all set to switch to Windows Phone, we thought we’d take a look at one of the last major Symbian devices to come out of Finland...
Bottom line Premium Nokia build quality and one of the finest Qwerty keyboards around, but the E7 is marred by that substandard Symbian OS...
60%
gadgetshow.channel5.com
Updated:
2011-09-21
Nokia E7 is the Finnish company's latest business handset. It has a lot to live up to, following in the footsteps of some fantastic Nokia Communicator devices. It features Symbian ^3, has a large 4-inch touchscreen and a sliding QWERTY keypad. Read on...
Good The Nokia E7's screen is one of its best aspects. It can't match the resolution of the latest high-end smartphones – including the Apple iPhone 4 and Samsung Galaxy S II – but it features more impressive colours than most, thanks to Nokia's CBD (ClearBlack Display) technology. Colours are brilliantly vibrant, and blacks surprisingly deep. It's fantastic for displaying photos or playing back films...
Bad The Nokia E7 suffers from two big flaws. One is the camera, which is the same as the snapper found on the much cheaper Nokia C6-01. We were hoping for Carl Zeiss optics and autofocus – as with the Nokia N8 – but instead the E7 gets Nokia's EDoF technology. This means that everything should be in focus – but unfortunately taking depth away from images – and we also found our snaps were surprisingl...
Bottom line Despite that, we still find ourselves liking the Nokia E7. The excellent build quality and proper keypad make it feel like an old-school business smartphone – a feel further enhanced by the slightly old fashioned operating system. If you can live with...
60%
Zdnet.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-08
Available plans 19 plans available starting from $41 to $129 Design As our eyes pass across the dozen smartphones living in the CNET test labs, the E7 winks at us with its pleasantly different design. Even though our review unit is a charcoal...
Good Great design, Splendid AMOLED display, Loads of connectivity...
Bad Sluggish performance...
Bottom line Underpowered and comparatively unfriendly, Nokia once again wraps excellent hardware around a poor user experience. The E7's connectivity is great but it can't make up for its sluggish and buggy Symbian software.
60%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2011-09-21
There's no point beating about the bush, the Nokia E7 is in a funny old situation. Nokia has essentially put the brakes on developing the Symbian software upon which it runs, in favour of using Windows Phone for its future smartphones. This was bad enough...
Good Beautiful design, Incredibly well built, Superb sliding keyboard, Decent camera for non closeups...
Bad Slow interface, Clunky, confusing interface, Poor default app selection, Fewer apps in app store than competition...
50%
itpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-21
Bottom line A few fiddly aspects aside, the Nokia E7 is a lovely piece of hardware, but the Symbian^3 operating system is just out of its depth when compared to the competition — and the fact that Nokia has also lost faith in Symbian is hardly encouraging either...
50%
computeractive.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-21
A Computeractive reader recently contacted us to say that he had couldn't find a simple phone that included a large Qwerty keyboard.The Nokia E7 isn't a simple phone, but it certainly has the full keyboard.Our major problem with the E7 is the same as w...
Good Great screen and camera; screen slides up when keyboard is used...
Bad Keys too small to be useable; Symbian is dated by modern phone standards...
Bottom line There is a good phone inside here but the operating system and keyboard let it down...
40%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-21
Despite announcing recently that it would be switching to Windows Mobile as its primary smartphone platform, Nokia is still releasing phones running the Symbian operating system. Its latest, the E7, has a 4in AMOLED screen, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard...
Bottom line A beautifully designed, well-built phone with an excellent camera and a full QWERTY keyboard, but as the OS is on the way out there's little point in buying a Symbian phone...
40%
3g.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-21
The shame about the E7 is that has so many cool features and useful additions - but it's all let down by the Symbian operating system, which is just not intuitive or user-friendly enough compared with the competition. It's confusing, clunky and stil...
Good Topnotch email, free satnav, good touchscreen...
Bad Occasionally sluggish, unfriendly Symbian OS, dearth of apps, bad homescreen setup...
40%
pcworld.co.nz
Updated:
2011-11-08
If there’s one thing we like about a smartphone, it’s the reassuring click of a keyboard sliding out from underneath. We can practically hear the angels sing about tactile, responsive buttons. The Nokia E7 actually has the screen slide up to reveal the...
40%
knowyourmobile.com
Updated:
2014-03-22
The Nokia E7 was launched at Nokia World 2010 and we were there to get a hands on review of the device.Take a look at what this new Symbian^3 phone has to offer...
0%
techsmart.co.za
Updated:
2014-02-26
It might be old news now that Nokia has formed a partnership with Microsoft, which sees the Finnish manufacturer adopting Windows Phone OS as its primary smartphone operating system (OS) in the future. In the meantime though, it’s still releasing many...
0%
T3.com
Updated:
2014-02-15
Today Nokia announce three new Symbian v3 smartphones, the C7 and E7. At Nokia World we were lucky enough to spend a bit of time with these handset and here are our first impressions. The Nokia E7 is the most interesting handset. Joining Nokia’s E...
0%
tracyandmatt.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-21
We first got hands on with the Nokia E7 last September when James visited Nokia World in London. That seemed a lifetime ago but the device is now available to buy. With Nokia losing ground over their rivals they need to pull something out of the bag to...
Bottom line The bottom line, for me, is that I wanted to like this phone. However I couldn't and wouldn't recommend it. Not to my father or anyone else. It's too big, it's too slippery, the OS is just too outdated and it hasn't even worked properly for me & I coul...
0%
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