The Nokia E7, arguably the company’s last Symbian flagship device, has been available in the US since April, although how well it has sold so far is anyone’s guess. Ours is that whoever buys one of these in the States is either a die-hard Symbian fan, only buys stuff based on looks, or simply likes to collect novelties.
That said, if you are interested in picking up an unlocked Nokia E7 in the US, listen up. Amazon has just made the device significantly cheaper than it was before. In fact, the E7 launched in the US having a recommended price of $679 and has been sold by Amazon for $649 so far.
Not anymore though. The Nokia E7 can now be yours if you agree to shell out just $404 for the silver version, or (strangely) $404.99 for the blue one. They’re both in stock at Amazon, and sold by the retailer itself. Free shipping is also thrown in.
That’s clearly a more reasonable price for the Symbian-based smartphone, yet we’re still not sure how many people will buy it on the new price per features ratio alone. Still, if you want to get one, go to Amazon and place an order for either the silver or the blue model now.
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