Along with the Nokia E6, the Finnish giant also announced the Nokia X7.
The Nokia X7 is an entertainment oriented device, and packs a 4-inch AMOLED display with nHD(360×640) resolution.
The X7 shares the same internals as its other Symbian brothers, the N8 and the E7. It is powered by an ARM 11 680MHz processor and a Broadcom GPU. The handset also packs 256MB of RAM, and the microSD slot supports cards of up to 32GB.
The back of the X7 sports an 8MP full-focus (thankfully!) camera with dual-LED flash. The handset is also capable of playing back and recording videos in 720p HD resolution.
Other key specs of the handset include Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0, Pentaband 2G/3G support and free Ovi Maps walk and drive navigation. The X7 has an in-built 1200mAh battery, which is capable of providing a continuous talk-time of 4.5hours on 3G.
The Nokia X7 will launch with Symbian Anna’ pre-loaded. The new version of Symbian will bring with it new icons, a new version of Ovi Maps, a new improved web browser and a new portrait QWERTY keyboard.
The X7 will be available in selected countries by Q2 of 2011, for â‚¬380 before subsidies and taxes.