Earlier this month, Nokia revealed their new Symbian^3 smartphone, the E7 at the Nokia World 2010 event at London. The device is extremely likable with a 4″ ClearBlack display, an 8-megapixel camera, 720p HD video playback, 16GB storage and 350MB memory,etc. From what we had heard from Nokia back then, the device was expected to launch in Q4 of this year at an estimated price of around €495.
Apparently, Nokia has reportedly exceeded their window on both counts. According to information posted on the website of popular UK retailer Expansys, Nokia E7 is expected to launch only in January 10, 2011. Also, the price is much higher than the older estimate and is apparently available for pre-orders at a price of £584.99. That’s more like €687.
Of course, the final subsidized price – that you can get from the carriers – should be much lower. But if you are the kind who prefers to have unsubsidized SIM-free version of your phones, E7 is more expensive than what you thought. If you are still looking to make an order, go ahead and do so here.