Nokia Announced New Family of Smartphones

Nokia New Family SmartphonesNokia announced today at Nokia World, a new family of Symbian-Powered smartphones which provide speed and ease of use.

“Today our fight back to smartphone leadership shifts into high gear,” said Niklas Savander, Executive Vice President, Markets, Nokia. “Despite new competition, Symbian remains the most widely used smartphone platform in the world.Ā  Our new family of smartphones introduced today feature the all-new Symbian OS, rewritten to be faster, easier to use, more efficient and more developer friendly.” Savander also commented on the high level of anticipation for the Nokia N8. “Based on the level of consumer interest and the highest online pre-orders in Nokia history, we expect big things from the Nokia N8.”

The first mobile device of the new family of smartphones is the ultimate business Nokia E7 which provides real-time access to corporate e-mails and personal applications. It features a four-inch touchscreen display with Nokia’s ClearBlack technology which improves the visibility of the screen in outdoor places, and also a full keyboard. Nokia E7 is priced at 495 Euro (excluding taxes and subsidies)

The second mobile device from Nokia’s new family of smartphone is the sleek and stylish social networking Nokia C7, which provides live updates from social networks like Facebook and Tweeter while keeping track of new e-mails in your Yahoo! or Gmail accounts. Nokia C7 comes with a 3.5-inch AMOLED screen and a stainless steel, glass and soften-edges design. The smartphone is priced at 335 Euro – excluding taxes and subsidies.

The third smartphone from the new series is the small and stylish Nokia C6 which comes equipped with a 3.2-inch AMOLED touch-screen combined with Nokia’s ClearBlack technology for improved visibility in outdoor locations. It comes with social networking and mobile entertainment features, and sports a stainless steel and glass design. The Nokia C6 is priced at 260 Euro, excluding taxes and subsidies.

The new family of smartphones, Nokia N8, Nokia E7, Nokia C7 and Nokia C6, are all based on the new version of the Symbian operating system.

The Nokia E7, Nokia C7 and Nokia C6 are going to be available for purchase before the end of this year, 2010.

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