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Solid construction. Battery life exceptional in power saving mode. Quick switch between three different (personalized) "Home" screen setups. Camera has some nice quick-fix/quick-edit options.
Slow processing (a slight delay between selection and execution of standard tasks). A tad heavy. Not that many apps available (yet).
A powerful business phone with advanced multimedia capabilities. Read more here: Stuff Magazine review
The Nokia E7 boasts a premium design and has a fantastic QWERTY keyboard. The smartphone's 8-megapixel camera takes excellent pictures and video. Battery life is also good.
The Symbian platform falls short of the competition, and the phone can be sluggish. The E7 has a lower-resolution display and doesn't have an expansion slot.
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