Regular email users may see Nokia E7 as chance to sell mobile phone
9 November 2010 — 3:57 PM
The upcoming release of the Nokia E7 may be the perfect opportunity for people who rely on their phone to send and receive emails to sell a mobile for money and put it towards investing in the new device.
Asavin Wattanajantra, writing a piece for CNET UK, explains the model is ideal for such correspondence, describing it as "email friendly".
He notes Nokia has now confirmed the phone will be in stores in December, raising the possibility of people being able to make the switch to the E7 in time for Christmas.
"The E7 has impressed us with its sturdy looks and pretty AMOLED screen. Overall it's a fine-looking smartphone, reminding us of the Nokia Communicator series," states the author.
Nokia has already released models such as the N8 and C7 in recent weeks, both of which run on the Symbian operating system that will also be used for the E7.
Julie Snape, head of marketing at Envirofone, says: "Recent technology has made it extremely easy to send emails from a mobile phone. If you want great technology like this, why not upgrade your handset? You could make some extra cash."
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