Finnish mobile handset maker Nokia Monday launched in the Indian market its much talked about touch-and-type business smartphone – Nokia E7 – equipped with a four-inch touchscreen display and a slide-out four-row QWERTY keyboard.
“Consumers today seek a device that allows them to do a lot more, both in their personal and professional lives. Nokia E7 is an all-in-one business smartphone that offers a superior mobile office experience coupled with compelling entertainment options,” said D. Shivakumar, vice president and managing director, Nokia India.
“We are confident that with Nokia E7, we will redefine the consumers’ expectations from smartphones segment,” he added.
As a special offer, the company has tied up with telecom service provider Vodafone to offer 2GB of data per month free for six months.
The handset comes loaded with an eight megapixel camera and applications including adobe PDF reader, world traveller app, anti-theft software for mobile and Nokia Ovi maps with GPS navigation.
The handset will also support opening and reading Microsoft Office documents along with creating and editing new documents and mailing them on the go.
The phone is priced at Rs.29,999.