While Nokia has partnered with Microsoft on the Windows Phone 7 platform, the cellphone maker has yet to bring any WP7 device. Instead, Nokia has announced two new Symbian smartphones, the X7 and the E6. X7, according Nokia, is an entertainment-focused device. It features a large 4-inch 640×360 AMOLED touchscreen is ideal for viewing HD videos and full web pages.

The Nokia X7 has a 8 Megapixel camera with 720p video recording and dual LED flash, built-in GPS support, WiFi connectivity. The phone supports pentaband 2G/3G networks and gets a 1200mAh battery that is enough for up to 450 hours of standby and 4.5 hours of talktime over 3G. It comes with a 8GB memory card pre-installed and Galaxy on Fire HD and Asphalt 5 HD pre-loaded.
The X7 will run a new version of the Symbian system, that is known as Symbian Anna PR2 that offers improved on-sceen keyboard, better browser and enhanced Ovi Map and better user experience. Nokia will release the phone in Q2 for about Euro 380.

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