Nokia E7 Smartphone in India

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Nokia has already lunched the latest Nokia e7 model in European countries and Nokia e7 mobile cell phone will soon starts treading in Indian market in March 2011.

Nokia-E7

Nokia e7 Specifications

Screen size: Large 4” Clear Black AMOLED touch screen display
• Resolution: 16:9 nHD AMOLED and 16 million colors
• Weight (with battery): 176 g
• Full-QWERTY Keyboard
• Battery: BL-4D 1200 mAh Li-Ion battery (Talk time : GSM up to 540 mins / WCDMA up to 300 mins)
• Capacitive touch screen
• Bluetooth 3.0, HDMI, High-Speed USB 2.0
• Connectivity features: WLAN, HSDPA Cat9 (up to 10.2 Mbps) and HSUPA Cat5 (up to 2 Mbps)
• OS: Symbian^3 OS for Nokia
• Camera: 8 Mega-pixel camera with dual LED Flash and 3 MP front camera also.
• Memory: 16 GB Internal memory.
• Hot swap Sim Card slot
• Expected Launch Price : Rs. 26500/-

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  • Tinyton319

    i got problem in WLAN connection..i set up a adhoc wireless connection in my laptop bearing tata photon plus as the internet connection source…the wlan i jst setup can easily be connected with my Nokia E7..for the first time i can browse the webpages…but for the second time i connect again the same wireless connection, when i try to browse a webpage something pop up like this..”invalid server name”…

  • Gibson

    Just try out the process…
    1. Jump to Settings>Connectivity>Settings>Destinations>Internet(or whatever is your default destination). Then add your wifi router as an access point through Options>New Access Point.

    2. Click on the new access point you just created. Ensure that your ‘WLAN Security mode’ is set up as per your router settings. Mine’s WEP.

    3. Now go to WLAN Security Settings at the bottom. Confirm that the ‘WLAN key in use’ number matches the key number you’ve configured in your router. And of course, confirm the ‘authentication type’. All of this has to match your router.

    4. Then jump into the ‘WEP key settings’, confirm the ‘WEP encryption’ with your router. 64bit is 8 character and 128bit is 13. Make sure you are checking this for the ‘WEP key in use’ that you set up in the previous screen and not just any tab.

    5. Now hit ‘Back’ until you reach the screen that shows up in step 2. Click on Options>Advanced Settings.

    6. Choose IPv4/IPv6 (whichever you’ve set up in your PC). Open the same properties screen in your PC which shows the IP/Subnet/Gateway/DNS entries. Make sure you match up – Subnet, Gateway, 2xDNS entries between your PC and your phone. Choose an IP address that is not in use. I mean, if your PC has IP address123.123.123.123, your phone should have 123.123.123.xxx where xxx is between 0 and 255, but not 123.

    that’s it..

  • Justchillyaar

    hi thanks it worked