New Nokia smartphones unveiled14 April 2011 17:17:02
Nokia has unveiled two new smartphones, both of which are compatible with MicroSD memory cards.
The E6 and the X7 are aimed at business people and entertainment enthusiasts respectively, said Nokia.
They are the first Nokia smartphones to use the latest update of the Symbian operating system, witch comes with new icons and usability enhancements such as improved text input, a faster browser and refreshed Ovi Maps.
Both phones come with 8GB MicroSD memory cards, but they are compatible with memory cards of up to 32GB in capacity.
Owners of the new phones can also use USB memory sticks to transfer media files from the phone for permanent storage.
"We are further strengthening Nokia's smartphone portfolio with these two new devices, both of which offer a more beautiful and intuitive user experience," said Jo Harlow, head of Nokia's Smart Devices business.
"With these new products and more Symbian devices and user enhancements coming in the near future, we are confident we can keep existing Nokia smartphone customers engaged, as well as attract new first-time and competitor smartphone users."
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