The Nokia E7 cellphone will arrive in upcoming week, at long last, after its launch was postponed in December. Nokia said the postponement was to make sure that “the very best feasible user experience”, which, if we think similar delays by the firm in the precedent, could mean that a space was required. The last flagship phone, the N8, was postponed because of power difficulties.
The E7 will pack a slideout keyboard and touchscreen, comparable with other models. It'll be also powered by Symbian ^3, the newest version of Nokia's struggling platform. The organization reported it had been shipping the phone to retailers but the postponement means it overlooked the busy Christmas shopping season.
Nokia has been losing ground to Google and Apple in the cellphone market, with its Symbian OS (Operating System) taking a significant thumping in the last year. Many think that Symbian won't last and that Nokia might be strained to implement Android, a move which may possibly help it get over weak sales as a result of the growing interest in Google's OS.
It was also suggested that Nokia would fire many of their executive board members in a move to shake-up the company and reinstate it to preceding profitability. A complete refurbish from the organization is anticipated later this year, according to Reuters.