As you’ve probably already heard by now, the E6 is the only Symbian candybar to have a touchscreen display (2.46 inches, 640 x 480 pixels) and a full QWERTY keyboard. The handset also features HSPA, Wi-Fi, GPS, free navigation, 8MP camera with 720p video recording, and 8GB of on-board memory.
Nokia E6 costs about €400 and should be available in Europe, Asia (including the Middle East), and Africa.
The Nokia X7, with its 4-inch, 640 x 480 display, is about €30 – €40 more expensive than the E6. Customers will be able to find it in Europe, India, China, and “other Asia/Pacific countries.”
Nokia has also announced that owners of the N8, E7, C7 and C6 will receive an upgrade to Symbian Anna “in the coming months”. All right, now how about some news on those Windows Phone Mango handsets, Nokia?
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