Ever since last year'swe've been anticipating its . Don't be too worried about its Symbian roots, as Nokia is still despite some .
Though we haven't got our mitts on it yet, we're pretty happy with the X7's spec sheet. That lovely widescreen 4-inch AMOLED screen is a beauty, while the 8-megapixel camera -- fast becoming a mobile-standard -- features a dual-LED flash and 720p high-definition recording.
It may not be the fastest critter around, as it has 'only' a 680MHz processor (we've been getting used to typing 'GHz' for mobile processor speeds of late), but all the other newfangled bits you'd expect are on board too -- GPS, accelerometer and Wi-Fi. What do you mean, you want a compass?
The updated version of Symbian (named after a woman,, rather than a ) will include a better interface, a portrait Qwerty keyboard (for those who love narrow touchscreen keys), and social-media integration. It will be interesting to see how the X7 and other Symbian-based phones fare against the company's new and .
There's no word on pricing, contracts or other networks yet, but you can be sure there'll be a rush on soon enough. When we find out we'll let you know.