Powered by Symbian^3, the E7 is a stunning phone to look at, with a four-inch AMOLED screen and a full qwerty keypad. Like other E series phones, it supports Microsoft Exchange server syncing, plus a built-in VPN, conference calling and support for OVI applications.
But despite the looks, there’s no avoiding the fact that the E7 smartphone is powered by Symbian, a platform Nokia itself has decided to move away from as a smartphone OS. With an outright RRP of $929, and an OS that is well on its way to obsolescence for smartphones, you have to wonder what would convince someone to buy an E7 in lieu of a different smartphone. Any ideas?