Gadget Herald: Finnish phone manufacturing giant Nokia will soon be launching the first Symbian Anna-powered handsets, the Nokia X7 and the Nokia E6. In some good news for those who are waiting for the launch of this phone, Nokia has started the shipping of the new handsets.
According to the Nokia’s blog, the phone maker has released the first batches of the Nokia E6 and Nokia X7. The blog mentioned that the handsets are ready and available and are already being shipped.
The much awaited Nokia E6 will the features like a full Qwerty keyboard, along with a 2.5 inch VGA touch screen over the keyboard. The E6 will have an 8 Mega Pixel camera with an 8 GB memory, with SD that can be expanded up to 32 GB.
The SIM free Nokia E6 will be available at £349. On the other hand, the Nokia X7 is a very much on the premium side, and comes packed with an 8 Megapixel camera with dual LED flash, that has a zoom along with HD video capabilities. The X7 has a 4 inch OLED clear black display; and apart from the power packed features, the phone also has a strong steel body with rounded edges and a toughed glass.
The latest tech buzz making the rounds is that the phones will have 50 new tweaks in its operating system, in addition to a much better browser.