Here is some good news for Nokia fans, the Nokia E7 and Nokia N8 both run Flash 10.1. We have confirmed this when we had a look at the Nokia E7 prototype at Nokia World 2010.
Nokia E7 which will be out in 4th quarter of 2010 is still a prototype and runs beta software, however, it also runs Flash 10.1, which is good considering that you would be able to save a lot of battery power while watching Flash videos.
More details on the device will follow later on.
We are live at Nokia World London and have had the opportunity to have a go on the Nokia E7, the messaging Internet Tablet. From the looks of it the E7 is definitely a winner, with a comfortable QWERTY and a large screen display.
It also has all the goodies Symbian^3 brings to the table. The phone is smooth and fast. Here are some hands-on pictures of the Nokia E7.
View more pictures of Nokia E7 in the gallery attached below.
The final handset which Nokia announced today at the Nokia World is the Nokia E7. The E7 is touted as the next communicator phone from Nokia. The E7 sports a biiiiggg4-inch touchscreen display which also uses Nokia’s ClearBlack Display (CBD). The E7 also features a four row slide-out QWERTY keyboard. The handset is billed by Nokia as the ultimate business smartphone’. The E7 features Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, business grade lock and wipe functionality, secure intranet access, remote device management, Mail for Exchange and Microsoft Share Point server.
Even though the E7 is touted as a business oriented handset, it does not skip on the multimedia front. The E7 packs in an 8MP camera with dual-LED flash at its back. The handset is also capable of recording and editing HD videos (720p). It also boasts of a mini-HDMI out port and Dolby Digital surround sound. The E7 will be running the latest Symbian^3 OS.
The E7 boasts of a mammoth standby battery life of 18 days and up to 9 hours of talk time. The expected retail pricing of the device is EURO495 before taxes and subsidies. The device will hit the retail stores before the year end.