There are a number of business phones available on the market. However, most of them come in the same boring colors that tend to make you feel a sense of monotony. With Nokia, work does not have to be all serious. There is now a Nokia E7 in orange and blue.
There are a number of handsets by Nokia that are available in an assortment of colors. Examples of these handsets are the Nokia N8 and the Nokia X6. The E7 is available in a number of color choices. These additional color- choices are orange, blue, green, and silver. This will spice up your phone’s personality compared to conventional business handsets.
Aside from more choices in color, the handset comes with powerful features that you are sure to find useful. One of these features is the business benefits of the phone. The E7 comes with Mail for Exchange for real-time work email. It allows you to view mail in your work and private inbox in one convenient view. It allows you to view and edit Microsoft document formats. It even allows you to view documents in PDF format. With Microsoft Outlook, you can sync your calendar and tasks.
The Nokia E7 in orange and blue gives you two different input options. With the phone’s 4 inch AMOLED capacitive display, you can enjoy all the touch screen features the technology has to offer. In addition, the touch screen can display as much as 16 million colors in a resolution of 360 x 640 pixels. The second input option is a full QWERTY keyboard. This will allow you to enjoy more from fast typing, email composition, document editing, instant messaging, and SMS.
The E7 is not all business. It is also about high-quality entertainment. It comes with an 8 MP camera that is capable of capturing high-resolution images and recording high-definition videos. When it comes to your viewing pleasure, you are not restricted to the phone’s display. It comes with an HDMI connector that allows you to watch your HD videos on a compatible HDTV. Lastly, you can watch your favorite programs with on-demand Web TV.
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