Although it’s available in some European countries since February, the Nokia E7 has still not been released in the UK.
It will be next month, though, and Nokia now lets you pre-order the smartphone via its official UK website, saying it will ship it in no more than 14 days.
Customers can get the E7 for £499 SIM-free, £469 on Pay As You Go, or for free on contract, on plans starting at £35 per month.
It will be quite interesting to see how many E7 units Nokia sells, now that the company announced it chose Windows Phone as its primary software platform, and Symbian would be “transformed into a franchise”.
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