+1I'd kill to have something like this running Android. If only Nokia decided to go for Android in stead of Win7. They make great hardware.
Lol @ Rouxenator. The die-hard Nokia fan and VW hater.If it is as good as the N8 then it will make a killing. Would love to see if the fixed focus camera is any good. Symbian^3 is a pretty decent open source platform and it just keeps getting better with every new firmware update.
+1The way I see this: Selling the E7 is an effort to get rid of stock that was manufactured before the red button in the factory could be pushed to stop the production process. Expect zero support from Nokia and the developer community. No developer will give it a second throught, so no new apps. This is for someone willing to live for 24 months (unless bought outside a contract) with what comes in the box and on the device, and the apps that are available for it now. Six months from now it will end up in a cupboard, at CashCrusaders, or against a wall. Get Android or WP7 on it and even I will queue for one.
Nokia phones are still great business phones and even though the shares are slipping, its still has the biggest shares in the market!LOL at anyone who buys this.
I'm glad if you don't need to pop the battery, but when none of my phone's softkeys or hardkeys respond, even after waiting for a couple of minutes, and I'm already on the latest available software (at least for my specific operator-branded handset), then I think I see a need to remove the battery. Unless I should try waiting hours instead of minuteshell to the ****n yeah! Id buy it, considering im loving my n8. Symbian suits my everyday life as a musician, photographer, internet bug, heavy user and so on. And to WebWanderer@theres no need to remove battery anymore.
Android is looking awesome too, but dont like most the hardware companies using it.