Nokia E7 is "bright, sharp" option for those who sell used phones
16 September 2010 — 5:04 PM
Britons who decide to sell used phones in the near future may seriously consider investing in one of Nokia's new range of handsets as a replacement.
The Finnish brand this week confirmed it is to release a trio of devices, all of which offer different styles and appearances.
Hannah Bouckley, reviewing the models for T3, says the Nokia E7 is the most impressive and interesting of the three.
She notes the phone, which is crafted for the business world and will join the company's E-Series of corporate handsets, comes in a range of colours.
The C7 is another of the new Nokia products and the author notes it is perhaps the most consumer-friendly of all, although it shares many of the same specifications as the E7.
Another Nokia release to keep an eye out for is that of the N8, which is due to hit the shelves in the UK on September 30th.
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