The Finnish company’s new multimedia smartphone uses the latest version of Symbian.
Nokia introduced it X7 coded mobile phone specifically designed for multimedia use. The large, 4 “mobile phone will open the world in 360 x 640 resolution with 256 MB of RAM and 1 GB of ROM in the background and a 680 MHz ARM 11 processor. The Finnish company in addition to the inside, of course, he also looked at the outside, so the X7 was made by combining stainless steel and glass.
Importantly, the X7 is the first smartphone (besides the E6) to include the latest version of Symbian software. And the new system, called “Anna”, offers several new features: new icons, improved text input, faster web browsing, and updated Ovi Maps with improved search features and new public transit routes. The 3G 8MP camera, which can also record HD – with up to 32GB of memory – comes with the popular pre-installed Galaxy on Fire HD and Asphalt 5 HD games.