Nokia E7

Aimed at business users, the Nokia E7 will be available later this year with an estimated price of $636 U.S., excluding tax and subsidies.
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Nokia E7

The E7 features a 4-inch AMOLED touch screen with ClearBack technology, which, Nokia says, will improve outdoor visibility.
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Nokia E7

The E7 supports a number of e-mail accounts, including Exchange ActiveSync, and has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
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Nokia E7

When open, the display sits at an angle. Here you can also see that the phone has a 3.5mm headphone jack and HDMI port.
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Nokia E7

The E7, as well as the Nokia C7 and C6-01, is equipped with an 8-megapixel camera with HD video capture.
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Nokia C7

The Nokia C7 is a bit more social than the E7. When released later this year, it will retail for around $430 U.S.
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Nokia C7

The C7 runs Symbian 3, offering multiple home screens, which you can customize with widgets and shortcuts, including ones for your social-networking feeds.
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Nokia C7

The C7 will be available in three different colors: mahogany brown (shown here), charcoal black, and frosty metal.
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Nokia C6-01

Last but not least, there's the Nokia C6-01. It's a bit more affordable than the others with a suggested retail price of $334 U.S. (unlocked).
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Nokia C6-01

The C6-01 features a stainless steel and glass design.
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Nokia C6-01

On front, you get a 3.2-inch AMOLED, ClearBack touch screen. One of the improvements of Symbian 3 is a simplified, one-touch interface.
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Nokia C6-01

Among other things, the C6-01 offers both an 8-megapixel camera a and front-facing camera, a built-in music player, and free navigation via Ovi Maps.
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