The X7 comes with a new Symbian release called Anna.
Nokia releases a new touchscreen smartphone today with the Nokia X7. The Nokia X7 is an entertainment-focused smartphone with a large 4-inch AMOLED display ideal for gaming, and an 8MP camera for capturing pictures and HD-quality video. The Nokia X7 is made from a combination of seamless stainless steel and glass - delivering a solid and durable feel in the hand. The Nokia X7 comes preloaded with the Galaxy on Fire HD and Asphalt 5 HD games. The X7 has an edgy look, but can it compete with Android? The Nokia Microsoft deal is looming over this Nokia launch. Nokia needs time to release their first Windows phones and the X7 is here to carry them over.
Nokia cancelled the X7 earlier this year for a US launch on AT&T. If Nokia is coming back with the X7 and the new Anna Symbian update is not clear.
Along with the new Nokia E6, the Nokia X7 is the first Nokia phone with the new Symbian Software dubbed Anna. This Symbian update (I thought Symbian was dead?) offers a host of usability enhancements, including fresh, new icons, improved text input, a faster internet browsing experience and a refreshed Ovi Maps application with improved search and new public transport routes. The renewed software also offers a strong set of new features aimed at business users in particular, including true enterprise grade security with hardware accelerated encryption, and new e-mail features such as full meeting request support.
Other features of the Nokia X7 include 450h stand-by, 6h 30m GSM talk-time, 8GB microSD card. Wifi, HSDPA, HSUPA, FM Radio, Bluetooth 3.0 and Flash Lite 4.
Measurements of the Nokia X7 are 119.7x62.8x11.9mm and the weight is 146g. No word yet on when Nokia will ship the X7.